Symptoms Of a Panic Attack Listed

Symptoms of a panic attack The Symptoms of  a panic attack can differ from person to person. Everyone encounters some sort of nervousness or anxiety at some point. However, when anxiety reaches its extreme level, it is considered a panic attack.

Some common signs and symptoms of panic attacks:

Physical Symptoms Of a Panic Attack:
Immense or sudden sweating, Lightheadedness, Dizziness, Shakiness, tremor, trembling, Heart Palpitations, irregular heartbeat, Racing or pounding heart, Slow and pounding heart, Hyperventilation, Hot flashes, Chills, Fainting, Frequent Toilet Use, Insomnia, Chest pain, Nausea, stomach discomfort, Vertigo, Headaches, Choking sensations, Paresthesia (localized numbness), Itching or burning sensations, Exhaustion, Muscle spasms, Weakness, Grinding of the teeth, Ringing in the ears, Dry mouth

Mental Symptoms Of a Panic Attack:
Restlessness, Agoraphobia, Avoidance behavior, Feeling emotionally excluded, Fear of impending death or doom, Feeling of impaired vision, temporary blindness, Feeling like no one understands, Feeling like nothing is real, Loud internal dialogue, Irrational or racing thoughts, Loss of cognitive ability, Loss of the ability to react logically to external stimuli, Intense frightening realizations of reality, Nervousness, Fear of Losing Control, feeling out of control, feeling of going insane, Sense of Terror, Lack of Concentration, Claustrophobic feelings

Emotional Symptoms Symptoms Of a Panic Attack:

Fear of failure, fear of death, fear of living, fear of going insane, fear of losing control, fear of a serious illness, fear that the panic attack will not end, flashbacks to an earlier trigger, intense feeling of being scared, and inexplicable terror that something bad is about to happen and that you are powerless to do anything about it.

Perceptual Symptoms of a panic attack:

Perceptual symptoms include feeling that you have lost free will, tunnel vision, dissociation or depersonalization, heightened senses, dream-like sensations, and the apparent speeding up or slowing down of time.

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