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It's unlikely panic attacks will cause any lasting physical damage.
Khan said that as with most mental disorders, panic disorder is treated with a combination of medication and counseling and many experts believe that panic attacks are caused by any imbalance of Neurotransmitters.
A combination of these factors can trigger panic attacks.
Neal-Barnett, is that "the very things that make us strong are the very things that contribute to the development of anxiety and panic attacks.
And you may fear having a panic attack so much that you avoid situations where they may occur.
The panic attack is a physical response to a perceived fear, the "fight or flight" reaction, which is adaptive when faced with a severe and urgent threat.
Symptoms of a panic attack include feelings of terror that strike suddenly and repeatedly without warning; a pounding heart: sweaty, Weak, faint or dizzy feeling; sense of unreality; chest pain; fear of impending doom, of going crazy, of losing control; and avoidance of going certain places.
Men who commit domestic violence may be suffering a form of panic attack that they direct against their partners, according to a Midland expert.
What I didn't know was that I'd just had my first panic attack.
Saran A, Halaris A: Panic attack precipitated by fluoxetine.
During a panic attack, you also have scary physical feelings like a fast heartbeat, trouble breathing, or dizziness.