In a given year, panic attacks affect around 1.7 percent of the American population between the ages of 18 to 54. If you suspect that you are experiencing these attacks, the following guide will helpful. It will show you a few signs of a panic attack and show you what you can do to prevent them.
Signs Of A Panic Attack
Panic attacks are a series of mental and physical symptoms triggered by some form of anxiety, which can differ in levels of severity. You should also be aware that women are twice as likely to have this ailment. The following are some symptoms that are associated with panic attacks:
Be sure you talk to your primary care physician about these symptoms as soon as you can, so that he or she can get to the bottom of them. Keep in mind that these signs could also point towards other ailments, such as poorly controlled diabetes, anemia, or adrenal tumors to name a few.
The following are a few preventative measures that you can take in order to help prevent these types of terrifying attacks:
You can talk to your health care specialist about other things that you can do to help prevent these terrifying episodes, but rest assured that something can be done, and you are not alone.Share
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