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    Panic Attacks - The Most Common Symptoms 01:35

    Panic Attacks - The Most Common Symptoms

    by njakeclayton (1/31/11) 18 views

    Panic attacks could happen once or maybe it can happen over and over again, it really depends on how each person handles anxiety. Frequent attacks can be evidence of having a panic disorder, so in order to prevent this disorder, you really should learn about all the different types of symptoms that are associated with panic attacks. This is going to give you the chance to become aware of the problem and then you can find treatment. The two leading symptoms that people experience with panic attacks are psychological and physical. It's very important that you learn these symptoms because many times people mistake these panic attacks for heart attacks. Figure out your true problem by understanding it better, instead of wasting time and money with a cardiologist. The physical symptoms of a panic attacks will be the first thing you experience when you notice the attack happening. You will notice a mixture of heart palpitations, shortness of breath, hyperventilation, nausea, chest pains, uncontrollable sweating, numbness and tingling all over your body, trembling, cold or hot flashes, dizziness, shaking and other discomfort feelings. All of these are possible symptoms that you can feel during a panic attack. Psychological or emotional symptoms of a panic attacks can make you feel detached from what is around you leaving you with a feeling of losing total control, going crazy or even dying. If your panic attacks are recurring often, you might develop anticipating anxiety and that is basically where you worry all the time about your next panic attack. You worry about when it will happen, where it will happen and then you find yourself avoiding places where you had panic attacks before or places where you can get out of easily if one does happen. The different panic attack symptoms can truly affect you a great deal, psychologically and physically and can very well leave a very long-lasting imprint. Be sure that you do something right away about this problem so that you can find an effective treatment then these panic attacks won't disable you. Treatments usually involve behavioral therapy along with medication; however, you can find techniques that are natural that could work for you. Teaching yourself about panic attacks and their symptoms is very important if you think you may be suffering from this disorder. Do not fall victim to panic attacks and you can do this by understanding them so you can fight them. The faster you are treated, the sooner you will be able to live normally again. Don't let them take over your life.

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    Dealing with Anxiety & Panic Issues 01:47

    Dealing with Anxiety & Panic Issues

    by njakeclayton (1/31/11) 11 views

    Anxiety issues can overpower us, leaving us feeling like we are not in control and full of panic. We feel driven to behave this way and this is reinforced with every attack after that. So, what exactly is anxiety? Imagine you are at the beach with family and friends and you are enjoying the beautiful day and the wonderful noises. You feel happy, warm and contented, utterly relaxed and totally panic free. Now, imagine you are all alone and walking down a very dark alley. There are closed doors and you have no idea what is behind them. You're scared, all your senses have heightened and you can pinpoint any sound or movement. Your heart rate is increased and you're feeling dizzy and light-headed and all you want to do is throw up. Your whole body is shaking and you are ready to run as fast as you can in the other direction. These two show you the opposite ends of the anxiety scale. On one end we feel safe, secure and warm were we are very relaxed. On the other end we're very scared, highly alert, prepared for danger and anxious. Anxiety is all a part of part of the human race. Everyone has feelings of anxiety and panic every now and then but for many people their anxiety grows very strong, gets way out of control and happens too often. Panic can be so overwhelming that it causes other issues like: apprehension, compulsive behaviors, persistent worrying, obsessive thoughts irrational fears, panic attacks, phobias and severe depression. Today, millions of people suffer alone with anxiety issues. Some constantly look for answers; others try medication or therapy for their panic. Some try supplements and diets or they buy programs and methods that claim to have the answers, just to be disappointed again. Nothing really seems to take care of panic. One thing seems to be true; today's solutions just are not working for our panic. Today's beliefs about: chemical imbalances, genetics, mental illness and physical