There is always one. Life is full of them.
As you ignore them, you'll notice that most of them resolve on their own. It's because they were never true emergencies. They only felt like emergencies to someone who in turn made you feel like it's an emergency.
Keep your calm. Protect it. Emergencies will come and go. Your writing won't. Your writing time shrinks every day, as every day you get closer to your death.
We have only a finite time to live, and we don't know how much we have.
Often by the time we figure it out (or not, if we're already dead), it's too late.
So ignore the emergencies and focus on your writing.
I can guarantee you that a true emergency will let itself be known.
Until then, write in peace. Let others freak out for you.