I actually created a thread on this:
I think shortnsweet summarized it best and I did a lot of the same things that she stated. It sucks, I know , there was a time that I had them daily and I spent countless sleepless nights because of anxiety. What helped me sleep better was trying to relax at night. So I avoided anything (movies, video games etc.) that could excite me at night and drank tea to relax me. As for the panic attacks, like shortnsweet said I learned to not panic (like she said its sounds weird at first) and to keep my composure during one of them. It can be a real issue because you really think you are going to die at times so I had to go a little further to accept my panic attacks. If I was going to conquer my fears I had to accept the worst outcome possible from my fears, so I ended up accepting death itself. Like I said I was at the point that I felt my attacks were literally driving me insane so I made peace with myself, I talked a lot things that I had in my chest with people I loved (even cried which I had not done for many, many years) amongst other things but eventually I developed inner peace so when I had panic attacks I was no longer afraid, I let them be and eventually they started happen a lot less. Right now I don't feel like I have any anxiety and don't suffer the many daily symptoms that I did and I don't get panic attacks for months. I feel normal again. I don't know if anything I wrote is of any help but in a way just knowing that people know and understand what I was going through helped me a lot. Feel free to ask me anything you want.