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Panic Attacks And Panic Disorder – How To Get Overcome From It

What is a panic attack? What causes them? What is the solution?

Dependent on a person’s lifestyle, coupled with their general physical and psychological makeup, panic attacks can manifest as a wide and varied group of symptoms, sensations and thoughts. The onset of panic attacks is usually sudden and physically overwhelming.

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Types of panic attacks

There are a 3 panic attack ‘types’, these are, spontaneous panic attacks, situational panic attacks and limited symptom panic attacks.

Spontaneous panic attacks seem to appear from nowhere, developing quickly with dramatic impact. Although they seem unconnected to any particular catalyst, a catalyst will have existed somewhere externally, in the real world, or internally, within the sufferer’s own body or mind. The catalyst can be physical or psychological and its actual threat level is irrelevant to and unconnected with, the level of anxiety it activates.

Situational panic attacks usually happen when the sufferer exposes themselves to specific catalysts such as phobias or perceived threat. Some sufferers may experience panic attacks only while driving, for example, others may experience panic attacks while public speaking. Agoraphobics may experience panic attacks when they attempt to leave a place or person of safety.

Limited symptom panic attacks happen when the sufferer experiences a group of physical and psychological sensations and thoughts which do not bring about a full panic attack. They may experience a racing heart and dizziness, for example. Whilst not as overwhelming as a full panic attack, limited symptom attacks should be treated in exactly the same way as full blown panic disorder.

The severity or regularity of panic attacks is not a gauge of their importance or on how long they will take to eliminate. If you ever experience panic attacks, you have panic disorder.

Common panic attacks symptoms include:

  • Heart symptoms, such as palpitations, racing heart and chest pain
  • Shortness of breath, smothering sensation, unable to take deep breath
  • An overwhelming sense of impending doom
  • Choking sensations and/or lump in throat
  • Shaking, shivering, numbness in limbs
  • Lightheadedness, dizziness, faintness
  • Tingling or weakness in limbs and/or extremities
  • IBS, stomach cramps, diarrhea, constipation, indigestion
  • Muscle pains, aching, soreness
  • Blurred vision, ringing in ears
  • Inappropriate or strange thoughts (aggressive, sexual, religious)
  • Sleeplessness / inability to relax
  • Racing thoughts
  • Inability to concentrate

Although the list continues, these panic attacks symptoms are amongst the most common experienced.

HOWEVER, please understand that despite these experiences manifesting as symptoms, they are, in fact, the result of too much of the emotion of fear, a normal, expected and vital emotion.

It is quite incorrect to call these experiences ‘symptoms’ because symptoms are associated with illnesses and high anxiety is not an illness, even when a person experiences too much of it.

These manifestations are actually the sensations and thoughts created by the anxiety response deep inside the autonomic nervous system – the same place that controls breathing, digestion and heart rate, for example.

This is why anxiety sufferers are often woken by their anxiety, find it difficult to get to or stay asleep and often wake up feeling depleted and anxious… the subconscious mind keeps you anxious even when you are unconscious… it THINKS it is doing the right thing because it THINKS that your new anxiety level is appropriate. Sufferers often wake expereincing a ‘night time panic attack’ often called ‘night frights’.

What are panic attacks and what causes them?

Panic attacks happen when a sufferer has too much of the hormone adrenalin in their blood stream and no ‘real’ external threat exists to flee from or fight.

Because adrenlain is not being ‘used up’, the mind activates a panic attack in order to rid the blood stream of the excess adrenalin in order to regain physiological normality.

Although panic attack symptoms ‘feel’ frightening and threatening, they are not. Panic attack symptoms are normal physiological responses, albeit embellished and uncomfortable. Once the adrenalin has been ‘used up’, the panic attack will subside.

So what is the solution to panic attacks?

In order to remove panic attacks and the predisposition to experiencing them, the core anxiety disorder that fuels them must be eliminated. Panic attacks cannot happen if the emotion of fear is at an appropriate level. This reset can happen quickly, with permanent results, if the sufferer simply does what the mind requires in order to adjust the emotion of fear back down to a normal level.

How long does it take and is it easy to do?

It couldn’t be easier to do. It will slip simply and quickly into any lifestyle.

How fast can it work?

The emotion of fear works by activating when needed in under a second and deactivating when no longer needed with much the same speed.

When you do those things which tell the emotion of fear to switch off, the emotion will switch off in seconds. The question is more about how long it will take you to learn how to do this. Some clients have done it in hours, some in days… the deciding factor is how closely you follow our advice.

Panic attacks are not an acceptable experience but by following the Method the mind immediately starts to regain balance and the emotion of fear switches off.

The process you will learn is the only process that will eliminate your anxiety disorder, so it has to be done regardless of how you do it, when you do it, or what the process is called.

Our programs provide everything you will need to understand this simple process, plus all the guidance and support you will need to MAKE it happen.

Brian
Brian
Brian Singleton a retired news editor and tech enthusiast. He shares a deep love for science and technology and wishes to connect with others through this his content.

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