Symptoms of a Panic Attack by palsubzero

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									Symptoms of a Panic Attack
A panic attack symptom can be terribly overwhelming and distressful for the person having an attack. Generally, they are suffering from intense anxiety that will bring on the symptoms of an attack. Although, people do not generally die from enduring an attack, the symptoms of an attack are similar to the feelings and symptoms associated with having a heart attack. Many individuals who suffer from these attacks report that they feel as though they are undergoing a heart attack episode and it literally scares them, which most often escalates the problem of the attacks.

A panic attack symptom can come on suddenly with out being provoked. Inside the body of a sufferer there is a real uncontrollable terror. The body reacts by changes in the patterns of breathing and heart rate, since they generally increase causing breathing difficulties, claustrophobic feelings, chest pains from a racing heart and tension as well as dizziness, nausea, stomach problems, lightheadedness, chills, trembles, hot flashes and numbness or a tingling sensation in the hands. Mental symptoms may include experiencing a dreamlike sensation, fear, terror and a need for escape as well as the fear of losing control and having an attack in a social setting, doing something to embarrass his or her self as well as a genuine fear of dyeing from a heart attack.

Future panic attacks seems to be the biggest fear factor of this type of disorder, since anyone who suffers through their first attack is more likely to experience another episode than anyone who has never experienced an episode of an attack or their symptoms. Fears of experiencing another attack may cause some individuals to totally avoid any situation or location where they may have suffered an attack. Most often sufferers may fear another attack in the same type of setting and this will cause them to avoid such settings as well as develop a phobia concerning their particular situation, fears or symptoms.

Panic attacks can happen unexpectedly and suddenly, which makes it different from other types of anxiety. Attacks can occur unexpectedly and the majority of them are distressingly disabling for the sufferer. Panic attacks can be a symptom of an anxiety disorder. A person can develop this disorder once the pattern of anxiety and avoidance are stimulated. Unless the individual seeks an effective treatment, these disorders can seriously impact his or her daily life and activities.

More than three million people suffer from the serious problems associated with panic attacks. Many are first diagnosed with the symptoms of an attack by the ages of fifteen to nineteen. However, younger children can experience episodes of these attacks and symptoms.

Panic attacks are a most distressing condition for anyone to deal with and they generally last for several minutes. However, since the symptoms of an attack seem and feel similar to those of a heart attack, many individuals fear having an attack because inside their bodies they feel as if they are dyeing of a heart attack. This is a terrible frightening experience for anyone.

Nocturnal attacks occur less often than attacks during the day. These generally last several minutes yet it takes a while to fully become calm again.

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