Pain attack and panic disorder diagnosis and treatment

Save this PDF as:

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Pain attack and panic disorder diagnosis and treatment"


1 Pain attack and panic disorder diagnosis and treatment Imagine a person walking distracted by a street, when suddenly someone tries to snatch the wallet. A struggle begins and finally the thief runs away without achieving his goal. The woman feels that she is about to faint, her heart is beating fast, her legs are shaking and her breathing is choking. She has normally reacted to an event that threatened her safety. Another person, reclining quietly in the sun, reads the newspaper like every Sunday, suddenly, he feels the same symptoms that the woman who walked in the street felt. For no apparent reason, he feels faint; his chest hurts; His legs begin to tremble and he thinks his death is imminent. This person may be having a heart attack... or it could be one of the many millions of people suffering from panic attacks in the world. These are signs and symptoms of anxiety disorder and need timely Therapy for Panic Attacks. Panic attacks Panic attacks are characterized by an abrupt access of fear or intense discomfort. They can appear at any time, even if there is nothing to fear. The nervous system of some people activates warning signals at inappropriate times. Those people feel the same physical and emotional sensations that they would experience if their lives were really threatened. The attacks can come from nowhere, in places where there is not the slightest real danger. Although, usually, they last only a few minutes, panic attacks make these people feel like they are going to have a heart attack, faint, or go crazy. So Social Anxiety Disorder Treatment is must on time in these cases.

2 Symptom The most common symptoms of a panic attack are: palpitations, sweating, fear of dying, fainting, losing control or going crazy, chest pain, dizziness, tremors, sensations of cold or heat, shortness of breath, nausea, weakness and feeling of unreality, numbness of limbs, tingling sensation, choking sensation. In panic disorder, the attack is followed by restlessness or worry about having a new attack as well as significant changes in behavior intended to prevent attacks. Other problems Panic disorder is often accompanied by other disorders, particularly other anxiety disorders, especially agoraphobia, depression and / or substance abuse problems. Several studies show that 30% or more of people with panic disorder also suffer from depression. Currently, who suffers both disorders can benefit from proper Social Anxiety Disorder Treatment Springfield. Many individuals with panic disorder or agoraphobia try to alleviate their anxiety by indiscriminately taking Social Anxiety Disorder Treatment Near Me. Who suffers from panic disorder and why? There is no single cause that conditions the onset of panic disorder or agoraphobia. These conditions cross the line of the social, the ethnic and the economic. Research indicates that 3 out of every 100 people will suffer from panic disorder at some point in their lives and that a similar number will have agoraphobia. What is known today about the people who develop the disorder is that there is an assemblage between the biological predisposition, the family characteristics and the elaboration that the subject makes of his own belief system. In addition, we must add that in the majority of patients who consult us, there is a particular stressor event. It generated the feeling of being overwhelmed.