Counterargument: Some argue that anxiety attacks are exaggerated reactions or signs of weakness rather than genuine mental health struggles.” This perspective often stems from a lack of understanding and empathy towards individuals experiencing anxiety attacks.” It is crucial to provide evidence and personal narratives that illustrate the authenticity of anxiety attacks to address this counterargument. Research studies have consistently shown the physiological and psychological changes that occur during anxiety attacks, such as increased heart rate, shallow breathing, and the activation of the body’s fight-or-flight response (Smith et al., 2019). These physiological responses are concrete evidence that anxiety attacks are not mere exaggerations but rather complex reactions rooted in the body’s stress response system.