Try to identify the root cause of your panic episodes. Once you have understood the root of your panic attacks, you must find a way to address it immediately. After this, explain to them why you asked what you asked.
Know your feelings, so that you can know when and how to stop your next panic attack. Take note of the thoughts that you have just prior to an attack and record them in a diary or journal. Go over them each week in order to understand what triggers these attacks, so you can avoid them.
When you have a panic attack it's best to be in control of it, not vice versa. Try going with the flow of the moment, instead of combating the attack. Try to envision the sensations as flowing over and around you instead of running through you. Focus strongly on practicing proper breathing techniques. Calm yourself down with slow breaths, in contrast to hyperventilating. Soon, the adrenaline will taper off and you'll feel more relaxed.
When you have a panic attack, don't fight it; that can actually make it worse. Instead of focusing on your feelings, do something enjoyable such as listening to soothing music or participate in an activity you enjoy. Don't fight against the attack, it will make it worse.