I've been suffering from depression since I was around 14-15 (diagnosed). It's always been a huge part of my life, and it's led me into some very dark mental places throughout my life. I'm turning 21 tomorrow and for the past 3-4 years, since I started college, I've been having these panic attacks in addiction to my spiraling depression. They usually happen when I'm walking to class, at home, or when a bad memory is triggered by something. It's absolutely terrible and I don't know what to do. During these attacks, I can't breathe, I hyperventilate, I have this incredible sinking feeling in my chest, I start shaking/sweating/getting red, and I don't know what to do. It's literally the worst pain I've ever experienced. I've never cut myself or attempted suicide, but when it happens at home, I've thought about doing some stuff just to end this pain. But thankfully I've never gone through with it. I guess what I'm asking is, how do you control/stop these panic attacks? My depression is pretty bad on it's own, but I can survive in my day to day life. But coupled with these panic attacks, it's becoming incredibly hard.