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    About Panic attacks

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    Panic attacks are sudden episodes of intense fear that can trigger strong physical reactions in response to ordinary situations that present no danger. In most cases, the symptoms of a panic attack will go away within a few moments. These episodes are very common; in fact, nearly 11% of Americans experience a panic attack every year. If you experience regular and unexpected panic attacks, however, you may have a condition known as panic disorder, which may be caused by worrying about having a panic attack.

    Common symptoms of a panic attack include:
    • Fear of losing control
    • Fear of death or danger
    • Pounding heartbeat
    • Chest pain
    • Sweating
    • Trembling or shaking
    • Difficulty breathing
    • Chills
    • Nausea
    • Abdominal pain and cramping
    • Dizziness
    • Faintness
    • Headache

    There is no common cause of panic attacks or panic disorder.

    Common risk factors for panic attacks include:

    - Genetics: If your family has a history of anxiety or panic attacks, you may be more likely to experience them too.

    - Stress: Stressful situations may trigger panic attacks.

    - Substance abuse: Alcoholism, smoking, drug use, and even excess caffeine intake can trigger the symptoms of a panic attack.

    - Mental health issues: Individuals who struggle with depression, or other anxiety disorders may be more likely to experience panic attacks.

    While most panic attacks will go away within a few minutes after symptoms begin, recurrent panic attacks can lead to mental and physical complications.

    Complications caused by untreated panic attacks include:
    • Phobias (such as agoraphobia - the fear of places or situations that may cause anxiety)
    • Substance abuse (such as excessive alcohol use)
    • Avoidance of social settings/ situations

    Many people are embarrassed to seek treatment for panic attacks. With proper treatment, however, most cases of panic disorder and panic attacks are easily treatable.

    Treatment Options

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    Treatment for panic attacks will depend on the severity and regularity of your episodes. Below is a list of common treatment options for panic attacks. During your appointment, talk to your provider about the treatment plan that’s right for you.

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