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Panic Symptoms


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7 years ago 0 Davit 6252 logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo logo
Where as Panic without the attack is just fear of the situation. Normal in most cases and usually only involves running away. So the question is I think, what pushes it over into an attack since attacks can happen in friendly situations. Even when there is no panic to start with. I think it is internal not external and that is the key. Even in cases of an obvious trigger it only sets off the internal working.

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Ashley -> Health Educator
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The physical symptoms of panic attacks may be familiar to some of you. For others, here are some of the symptoms you may experience:

Terror – a sense that something unimaginably horrible is about to happen and one is powerless to prevent it
Racing or pounding heartbeat
Chest pains
Dizziness, light-headedness, nausea
Difficulty breathing
Tingling or numbness in the hands
Flushes or chills
Sense of unreality
Fear of losing control, going "crazy," or doing something embarrassing
Fear of dying
If this is your first panic attack, it is always wise to seek medical attention to rule out any medical causes to your symptoms.

Although the attacks only last a few minutes, the rebound effects and the recovery time after an attack can last a few hours. We now invite our members to share their best tips for rebounding after a panic attack.
 
Ashley, Health Educator


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