Panic/anxiety attacks are sudden feelings of fear and terror that come on with no warning. This can occur at any time, even when sleeping. A person having a panic attack may believe that he or she is having a  heart attack or that they might be close to death. The fear and terror that the person feels during a panic attack is not in proportion to their current situation and may be not be related to what is going on around them. Most people with panic attacks feel some or all of the following symptoms:

Breathing difficulties
Racing heart
Feeling a loss of control
Tingling or numbness in the hands and fingers
Sense of terror
Feeling sweaty or having chills
Chest pains
Feeling weak, faint, or dizzy
Feeling  of impending doom or death

 
Panic/Anxiety attacks are usually brief, lasting less than ten minutes, although some of the symptoms may last for a longer time. People who have had one panic attack seem to be at greater risk for having subsequent attacks.  Often times the fear of having another panic attack is actually able to trigger one.

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