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Kendall Jenner shares her struggle against panic attacks and anxiety while discussing mental health

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Kendall Jenner spoke about the panic attacks that she is facing in a teaser of a four-episode mental health series with Vogue.

The 25-year-old model revealed that she began to have panic attacks a few years ago, awakening her at night.

Expressing herself in a teaser of the show, Kendall said:

Two or three years ago I genuinely started having very, very bad panic attacks.

I was having frights in the middle of my sleep, literally what felt like heart palpitations. I couldn’t breathe. I was pretty bad.

Dr Curley Bonds, LA County’s chief medical officer, who was one of Kendall’s interviewees for the series, agreed, adding:

The more people that come out and talk about their anxiety, the more the public is aware that this is a real thing.

Vogue commented:

According to the CDC, reports of anxiety more than tripled at the height of the Covid-19 pandemic, fuelling a mental health crisis that persists even as vaccination rolls out across the world.

In “Open Minded: Understanding Anxiety,” a new four-part series featuring @KendallJenner, Vogue will explore various causes and effects of low-grade anxiety disorder, from which Jenner herself has suffered for years.

This is not the first time Kendall has talked about her struggle with anxiety, confessing last year the way she was eventually diagnosed.

Kendall told Good Morning America back in the day:

[Mother, Kris Jenner] took me to a bunch of doctors just to make sure it was all OK physically, and I was.

No one ever told me that I had anxiety. Maybe like three years ago, four years ago, it came back completely full-on and I would have crazy panic attacks. Finally, I got the information that I needed about it.

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