Thursday, 6 November 2014

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There are specific panic attack symptoms that are going to alert you to the fact that you may be having a panic attack. There could be some symptoms that are going to be associated with other conditions.

However, you will see that if you are having three or more of these symptoms then you are most likely experiencing panic attacks. Something that you must keep in mind is the fact that those who are suffering from nocturnal panic attack symptoms may be more difficult to diagnosis.

This is because the symptoms will often be mistaken for bad dreams. In fact, there are a lot of people who are going to suffer from these but they do not realize it because they do not recognize the symptoms.

You will see that the attacks you suffer from can last for a few seconds or they can last for several hours. Some of the people who experience the symptoms will tell you that the symptoms hit rather infrequently while others will tell you that they happen almost daily.
 

When it comes to symptoms such as heart palpitations, an irregular heartbeat, sweating, chest pain, dizziness, and even faintness can all be related to complications with your heart. Because of this, it will be important to be evaluated by a medical professional.

At the same time, many of these can be related to attacks and a psychological evaluation is also recommended. Medication and loss of blood or pain can also cause palpitations.

That is why a full medical work up would be recommended. Have you recently suffered from slight pain in the chest coupled with faintness, a sick feeling or even an increase in the beating of your heart? If you did then you will find that you may have suffered from a small panic attack. Here are a few things to consider when it comes to a panic attack.

You will see that the pain is going to be localized over the heart. It will be sharp and it is going to come and go. Some people have explained that it seems to get worse when they are breathing.

Having an upset stomach, with nausea can be experienced as well but most people are not going to throw up. Most of the individuals that experience this report that they hyperventilated when the attack was over.

Now, if the pain moves into the chest and it does not go away, or it continually comes back within a few minutes, or you are throwing up with diarrhea at the same time then you will want to contact a doctor immediately.

A doctor will be able to help you find the very best treatment option for your panic attack symptoms. Those individuals that are having a hard time understanding the symptoms that they are experiencing should speak with a professional.

There will be some symptoms that seem to present themselves when another attack is close to beginning. There are some individuals that will state they begin yawning or their breathing begins to increase.

Tightness in the muscles is also reported by some people. It may be helpful to know that most of the symptoms will only last about 10 minutes and then they will go away. If they return it will most likely be in 20 minute intervals. by Mike G Jansen

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