Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder

I’M GOING TO HAVE A HEART ATTACK! WITH PANIC ATTACK AND PANIC DISORDER
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panic disorder

Panic is a state of extreme anxiety or fear. In a state of panic, the person fights or
How many responses does it give? High heart rate during panic, difficulty in breathing,
experiences bodily reactions such as sweating, trembling in the hands, dizziness, numbness,
With the comments he made based on his experiences at the time, “Am I having a heart attack?” ,
“Will I drown?”, “I will die”, “I am losing control”, “I will go crazy.” as
thoughts may cross your mind. The person is more worried about these thoughts and
gets into a vicious circle. The person is physiological after any physical exertion.
may experience a panic attack by misinterpreting the situation.

For example, a person who quickly climbs a hill or stairs
response to movement (acceleration of heartbeat, frequency of breathing)
change, hot flashes…) misinterpret the need for medical attention.
might think it is. their physiological symptoms as signs of a possible heart attack.
comments and fears that he will die. Fight against danger mind and body because it is afraid
and how many reactions, his symptoms may be exacerbated and the person is thus infertile.
gets in the loop.
As Morrison points out, panic attacks usually come on suddenly and increase in severity rapidly.
starts. This process usually takes less than thirty minutes. Mostly in their twenties
begins and is more common in women (Morrison, 2016, p.173-177).

A person may have a panic attack once in their lifetime, or they may have several panic attacks in a week.
can pass. In order for the symptoms to be considered as a panic attack symptom, the complaint
not having any heart or vascular disease in the person who comes with
required. If the person has a panic attack, he or she will have a panic attack again.
feels intense anxiety, is constantly triggered, does not go to places where he has panic attacks,
not leaving the house, not being in crowded areas, not using transportation vehicles, etc.
If it shows signs of avoidance, it can be called Panic Disorder. Briefly
Panic Disorder can be summarized as panicking out of panic.
According to Uzbay, anxiety occurred when there was no objective reason to be dangerous.
or if the anxiety still persists after the danger has completely disappeared
this condition is considered abnormal and needs treatment (Uzbay, 2017, p.32). Person
have difficulty continuing their daily life, in their social relationships or at work.
avoidance to avoid panic attacks
behavior (not going to places where he used to go, crowded or closed
trying not to be in areas, not being alone…) in getting expert support.
there are benefits.

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