Have you ever had a panic attack? Do not be discouraged. You can successfully treat this disease with Barry McDonagh’s panic treatment manual. You can download it from the link at the bottom of the page or you can order delivery of the CDs and books directly to your home. Thousands of people were able to deal with anxiety and panic attacks. I am sure that you will achieve positive results. Just do not be afraid to take a step forward.
What is a panic attack?
“Everything starts when I realize that I am breathing with the difficulty. I am all covered with sweat, my head is spinning and my heart jumping out of my chest. Sometimes it makes me sick and I am suffocating. I feel tingling in my legs and numbing in my fingers. It is a strange feeling as if “I am not existing at that moment,”. It is like my soul is separating from the body and I am dying. It is a very horrible feeling. The attack lasts only for five minutes, but it seems like it is an eternity and I am feeling hopeless” – Kate Davenport…
A panic attack can be defined as an unexpected flash of acute fear, usually, it is accompanied by a number of physical symptoms and thoughts about death. The attack continues from two minutes to half an hour, but it seems like an eternity for the patient. At the end of an attack, a person feels weak and deafening and completely overwhelmed. If not treated, attacks may occur several times in the week or even in the day.
How people are feeling during the panic attack?
“Every time is a little bit different. I had the feeling that I was about to vomit or blow over. And recently there was this terrible feeling of suffocation and acute chest pain. Now I understand not only I feel like this” – Linda Gamilton.
Panic attacks also frighten, because there seems to be no reason or person evidently has no reason to be nervous or scared. The rapidity with which it grows, the power, and all processes involved in the whole body, only exacerbate the feelings of fear and helplessness. Here are the most common symptoms:
- Breathing difficulties;
- Choking sensation;
- The feeling of lightness or, severity or pain in the chest;
- Trembling, weakness;
- Wet hands and sweating;
- The feeling of tingling or numbness in the hands and feet;
- Heart palpitations;
- Apathy, weakness, the faint and dizziness;
- The feeling of complete “separation” from own body or the surroundings;
- Sickness, feeling of emptiness or discomfort in the stomach or intestines;
- The feeling of heat or cold and “heat waves”.
Besides purely physical symptoms of panic, the patient is usually overwhelmed with painfully disturbing thoughts, such as: „I am crazy“, „I am losing control“, „I am about to unconscious“, „I will fall down without feelings“, “It seems that I have a heart attack”; “I have a stroke”;
Of course, it is unlikely that all of this will actually happen. When an attack goes away, these ideas seem absurd, but at the moment they take possession of it, like an obsessive delirium. However, fears can be so real that sank deep in the memory and increase anxiety and worry in periods between two attacks.