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Ability to cope with panic attacks (panic disorder)

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What is Panic Attack (Panic Disorder)?

It is an intense seizure that occurs suddenly and recurs with symptoms such as heart palpitations, sweating, tremors, and shortness of breath, leading the person to thoughts such as “I’m losing my mind, I’m having a heart attack, I’m dying”. Panic Attacks begin suddenly, become more severe, and peak within 10 minutes; It lasts for 10-30 minutes, up to 1 hour.

As a precaution against bad consequences such as “having a heart attack and dying”, “losing control and going crazy”, “having a stroke” due to Panic Attacks: not going to work, school, not doing sports, not doing housework, constantly carrying medicine, water, alcohol, various foods even moving your house close to the hospital, etc. shows behaviors.

Panic Attack (Panic Disorder) SYMPTOMS

heart palpitations
shortness of breath, choking,
Dizziness, lightheadedness, falling, fainting
chest pain – tightness in the chest,
numbness, tingling
chills, chills, hot flashes,
nausea or abdominal pain
shaking, shaking
Fear of losing control or going crazy
If you show symptoms such as fear of death

Spend more time with your loved ones
Improving the quality of your relationships
To show maximum performance in your work
socialize more
Increasing your life energy
To get rid of all the rituals that limit your freedom, you MUST consult a specialist to gain skills to cope with your panic attack.