Panic Attack

DavidSt
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Re: Panic Attack

Postby DavidSt » Thu Oct 26, 2017 10:56 pm

Many of us have our own fears and phobias. And you seems to be one of such people. If you have it and want to get rid of it, than you should apply for a professional help for you to get rid your phobia. It can be very dangerous for you and for other people who surround you. Don't waste time and go to the doctor, because you cant manage it alone.

Roberto
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Re: Panic Attack

Postby Roberto » Fri Nov 10, 2017 12:53 pm

Hello and good mood. If I were you, I would certainly turn to a specialist, and most likely a psychotherapist, I think he could help you, because it's not a joke. maybe it will happen that you will not be able to react in time to a pedestrian on the road or a spheophoric signal, but anything, and people can suffer, including you and your husband. I think it is necessary to find out the reason, there may have been situations when something happened in a confined space, something bad ... or maybe something in the body is not so, such a state can cause the release of adrenaline or other hormones, but can also other factors. Do not delay and be surveyed.

Adam31
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Re: Panic Attack

Postby Adam31 » Sat Nov 11, 2017 2:03 am

That's a very serious thing, I think. If you don't want to risk your health, than first of all you should do two main things. First of all, you should stop driving your car. If you have such panic attacks and you don't know when they can appear, than you shouldn't risk your life and the lives of other drivers and pedestrians. Do you know, that it is a crime to drive a car if you have such problms. So, dont joke about it. And the second thing is that you should find out the reason for your panic attacks and find the way to overcome them. And the only person who can help you is a psycologist. You have a psycological problem, and he is the only person who can help you.

Edgar
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Re: Panic Attack

Postby Edgar » Thu Nov 23, 2017 3:06 am

Hello guys, nice to meet you. I would like to talk to you as always. Panic attacks are sudden periods of intense fear that may include palpitations, sweating, shaking, shortness of breath, numbness, or a feeling that something bad is going to happen.The maximum degree of symptoms occurs within minutes. Typically they last for about 30 minutes but the duration can vary from seconds to hours. There may be a fear of losing control or chest pain. Panic attacks themselves are not dangerous physically. Panic attacks can occur due to number of disorders including panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, post traumatic stress disorder, drug use disorder, depression, and medical problems. They can either be triggered or occur unexpectedly. Risk factors include smoking and psychological stress. Diagnosis should involve ruling out other conditions that can produce similar symptoms including hyperthyroidism, hyperparathyroidism, heart disease, lung disease, and drug use. Ithink that the best way to get rid of that is to go to psycologst.

Willy.W
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Re: Panic Attack

Postby Willy.W » Mon Nov 27, 2017 7:54 pm

Good afternoon my dear friends . This conversation is needed to be discussed by us for sure. You are right that anyone can undergo a panic attack under certain circumstances, as a rule, almost everyone in his life has experienced something similar at least once. But, if these conditions are repeated, even if it is not associated with a noticeable stress or depressive phenomena . And also it can be caused by some problems for example or your fears as well. I try to control myself and try to think positively

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Re: Panic Attack

Postby Kane » Wed Nov 29, 2017 9:58 pm

Panic attacks can occur unexpectedly during a calm state or in an anxious state. Although panic attacks are a defining characteristic of panic disorder, it is not uncommon for individuals to experience panic attacks in the context of other psychological disorders. For example, someone with social anxiety disorder might have a panic attack before giving a talk at a conference and someone with obsessive-compulsive disorder might have a panic attack when prevented from engaging in a ritual or compulsion. Some people are afraid or embarrassed to tell anyone, including their doctors or loved ones about what they are experiencing for fear of being seen as a hypochondriac. Instead they suffer in silence, distancing themselves from friends, family, and others who could be helpful. Other people suffering from panic attacks don't know they have a real and highly treatable disorder. It is our hope that through increased education, people will feel more empowered to discuss their symptoms with a healthcare professional and seek appropriate treatment.

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Re: Panic Attack

Postby Sam35 » Wed Dec 13, 2017 2:35 am

Panic attacks are typically unexpected, intense bursts of fear and anxiety. You may feel like you're losing control in the moment and are unable to avoid future attacks. You may suddenly feel as though you can't function, are being smothered, or even think you're having a heart attack. These episodes can be debilitating and keep you from enjoying your life. Simply knowing more about what panic attacks are and how they can affect your life can be a great first step in learning to cope with them. Once you understand the nature of your panic attacks, learn coping mechanisms to help you regain control of your life.

Gorden
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Re: Panic Attack

Postby Gorden » Sun Dec 24, 2017 9:32 am

To tell the truth I know what are you talking about. Of course usually panic begins as a mild anxiety, but gradually anxiety builds up, fear appears.
To this are added physical changes in the body - dizziness, palpitations, sometimes shortness of breath. Man can throw something in the heat, then in the cold, she feels a slight tingling in the fingers, the weight in her legs. After an attack, man feels incredibly tired and shattered. The consequences of panic are often depressive states.

Dorian
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Re: Panic Attack

Postby Dorian » Sun Jan 07, 2018 4:19 pm

A panic attack is a very sudden and frightening experience that can feel like you are having a heart attack, dying, or losing control. Many adults experience only 1 or 2 attacks in a lifetime, but others have recurrent attacks, which may be an indication of an underlying condition called panic disorder. A panic attack is an abrupt onset of intense fear for no apparent reason, accompanied by very real physical changes, such as a rapid and pounding heart rate, sweating, and rapid breathing. Steps can be taken to stop a panic attack, and to help prevent further attacks from happening. Recognize the physical symptoms. During a panic attack, your body goes into a natural fight-or-flight response, just as if you were in a truly terrifying and dangerous situation, only no dangerous situation is actually occurring.

George86
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Re: Panic Attack

Postby George86 » Mon Jan 08, 2018 6:09 pm

That's true that everyone can be panic stricken sometimes. And everything depends on some special reasons. I have understood that anyone can undergo a panic attack under certain circumstances, as a rule, almost everyone in his life has experienced something similar at least once. But, if these conditions are repeated, even if it is not associated with a noticeable "nervous" stress or depressive phenomena this should be considered a manifestation of a neurotic disorder and it would be really better to consult a doctor-psychotherapist for you to be treated


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