Panic Attack Symptoms
There are many symptoms that are commonly associated with panic attacks. Some of the most freqent symptoms include:
- dizziness or a feeling of being faint
- increase in heart rate
- numbness and tingling in face, extremities, and body
- feeling as if you are short of breath
- increased perspiration
- shaking and trembling
- sensations of choking
- hot flashes and or chills
- nausea or abdominal discomfort
- fealing like you are in a “dreamy state”
Panic Attacks can have many different symptoms. You might experience several of the symptoms, all, or only a few during a panic attack. Some of your symptoms can be more severe than the others.
If you are experiencing any or all of these symptoms it would be best for you to consult with your physician. Some of these symptoms can be seen in other medical conditions. It is always best to consult with a physician to rule out any other medical conditions prior to assuming that you have a panic disorder. If your tests all come back normal you can assume that you are experiencing panic.
If you have been diagnosed with panic disorder and you are looking to help stop the panic attack symptoms, then you should definately read this book. This book will give you the knowledge you desire to help reduce and even stop the symptoms of your panic attack. I highly recommend this book as a great place to start. I have been a panic free survivor for over a year now and started with a book called Panic Away.