Body shaking, heart pounding very fast, sweat trickling down profusely, breath barely being caught, chest aching to its very core, abdomen swirling and about to throw up its content, the environment swirling round and round, the body hardly feeling anything - all these and a lot more weird sensations of an escalated sense of urgency is termed as anxiety attack.
Symptoms of Panic Attacks Revealed Body shaking, heart pounding very fast, sweat trickling down profusely, breath barely being caught, chest aching to its very core, abdomen swirling and about to throw up its content, the environment swirling round and round, the body hardly feeling anything - all these and a lot more weird sensations of an escalated sense of urgency is termed as anxiety attack. These uncomfortable symptoms of panic attacks usually last for 15 to 30 minutes - the longest few minutes of great emotional fear coupled with immense physiologic discomfort. During a panic attack, the person suddenly feels so caught up and restricted, as if huge throngs of angry crowds are about to eat him or her alive. This umbrella of emotions is experienced without any apparent threat to the person. This is the reason why such bizarre behavior is classified under Psychiatric Anxiety Disorders. Visit: www.ChasePanicAwayNow.info to understand the root cause of anxiety Panic attacks can happen only once in a person’s lifetime or it and panic attacks, and to learn how to can occur several times. When the attack is recurrent, chase panic away. unexpected and is followed by at least one month of persistent concern or worry regarding future attacks or their meaning or necessary behavioral change related to them, the condition is now called Panic Disorder. Initial panic attack does not usually have an environmental stimulus or trigger. However, psychological fears or personal distress may be the underlying factors responsible for the attack. If the negative thought resides in the mind for long or if it is grave enough to result into preoccupation, this may unconsciously be translated into the sudden physical upset. Some people may also have phobias such as agoraphobia or fear of being in places where escape is difficult. This is evident in symptoms of panic attacks showing up in malls, marketplaces or even parking lots. Studies also show that panic is more common in people who were not able to graduate from college and those who are still unmarried. People who are depressed are also very likely to experience panic attacks. The symptoms of panic attacks are similar to physiological response to stress. The autonomic nervous system is reacting to the psychological workings of the mind. For instance, palpitations, sweating and tremors are effects of adrenaline rush. To a greater extent, paresthesia or loss of sensation, sense of suffocation and chest pains can heavily affect the person’s well-being. If left unattended or if the symptoms persist, this can even lead to respiratory and cardiac arrest. Panic is essentially a condition that must not be taken for granted. Since it brings a feeling of a point of no return, the person’s perceptual field is narrowed. This can result in further injuries or actions that may cause physical or psychological harm himself and/or to others. After the symptoms of panic attacks have stopped manifesting, the person may feel social shame because of the seemingly ridiculous actions during the attack. Thorough counseling must be done to prevent the recurrence of future attacks. This is not only important to prevent physical harm, but also to stop any kind of negative thought from forming.
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