Hi Neb, I agree w/ Maree. There might be something underlying that is causing your anxiety. I would try to find out what that is. Another suggestion I have is.....you might be thinking about
having an attack even before you get to class since that is when you seem to get them the most. You might be associating you class with the attacks. Try to stop your thoughts before class if you start thinking that way. Also, this isn't going to just stop. The attacks will just come less and less frequently. Don't beat yourself up when you have one. Don't start thinking "Oh, here is goes again". It will just make it worse. Give yourself permission to feel the way you are feeling. Talk to yourself. (not out loud)!!
But just say something like, Ok, I'm in law school, it's a challenge, I'm going to be a little stressed. Or, the holidays are coming up, things are a little bit busier now. Whatever, just give yourself permission. I find that helps me. Xanax also helped me. Because there wasn't a day that I didn't have an attack, I just got worse and worse. At least the xanax calmed me down enough to feel normal again. I then learned how to deal with the attacks. Now I guess I get them but talk myself out of it so fast, that is doesn't turn into anything. Good Luck, Angela