I have a reputation for disposing of Panic Attacks once and for all, never to return again.
Panic Attacks are generally referred to as a sudden episode of intense Anxiety and Fear for no apparent reason, which sets off physical, mental and emotional responses. If a person suffers from numerous such occurrences they are generally diagnosed as suffering Panic Disorder.
Experiencing a Panic Attack can be very scary, but it will not cause physical harm. Generally, an attack lasts for between 5 and 20 minutes, although some have been known to last for up to an hour. The number, duration and intensity of attacks will differ from individual to individual and also within the individual themselves.
Physical Symptoms may include, but not limited to 'racing' heart, feeling faint, weak or dizzy, rapid and shallow breathing, tightness and/or pain in the chest, sense of terror, tingling or numbness in hands and fingers, a need to go to the toilet, feeling nauseous, hot flushes and more.
Emotional Symptoms may include, but not limited to derealisation, terror, fear of going crazy, fear of death, thinking might have a serious illness.
Although the description makes reference to there being 'no apparent reason' for physical, mental and emotional responses, there, of course, is a reason, but not one discoverable in the conscious mind, it is rooted in the subconscious. By locating, understanding and reinterpreting the information underpinning the issue, I am able to dispose of it once and for all.