Welcome to Healthcare Magic and thanks for your question.
Though anxiety is a common thing that all of us experience, sometimes, it can be excessive and cause a lot of distress. From the brief history of your symptoms (where you mention that your anxiety comes as an "attack"), it appears that you may be having a panic disorder - which is a form of anxiety disorder which comes in sudden bouts.
Now as far as dealing with your anxiety is concerned, there are options of using medication or psychological therapies / relaxation techniques
or a combination of these.
Breathing exercises, progressive muscle relaxation
, imagery, meditation
, etc. are some of the simple relaxation techniques. There are also other forms of psychological therapies or talking therapies like cognitive behaviour therapy
and many others which do work well for anxiety disorders.
However, sometimes, medication may be required to control your anxiety / panic attacks if they are severe or if the other methods do not produce results.
My advise to you would be to consult a doctor, preferably a psychiatrist
to have yourself evaluated and discuss about what therapy is the best for you.
Take care and wish you all the best.
Dr. Jonas Sundarakumar