A panic attack is a sudden surge of adrenaline into the blood stream. This surge of adrenaline can happen unexpectedly and can leave the person in a state of intense fear and apprehension. This can be highly distressing and frightening. The person often thinks that they are going to have a heart attack or die; such is the intensity of the panic attack. Having experienced thier first panic attack, the person is now living in a state of constant anxiety and fear. They are constantly on guard awaiting the next terrifying attack. The fear and anxiety they are now feeling is the very thing that is fueling their panic attacks. The person is now trapped in a cycle of fear and panic and cannot find a way out.
The good news is that panic attacks are treatable, there is a way out of the panic attacks cycle. I have worked successfully with people who have suffered from this debilitating condition and who now live a panic free life.
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