Homeopathy Medicine for Panic Attack
When a panic attack strikes, one may fear they are losing control, experiencing a heart attack, or even passing away because there is no apparent danger or cause.
A person may have a condition known as panic disorder if they experience recurrent, unexpected panic attacks and spend extended periods of time living in constant fear of another attack. Many people only experience one or two panic attacks in their lifetimes, and the issue goes away, perhaps when a stressful situation ends.
Although they don’t pose a life-threatening threat in and of themselves, panic attacks can be terrifying and have a significant negative impact on your quality of life.
They can occur at any time, whether one is driving a car, at the mall, asleep, or in the middle of a business meeting. Panic attacks can start suddenly and without warning. One may experience them occasionally, or they can happen frequently.
There are many different types of panic attacks, but the majority of times the symptoms peak in a matter of minutes.
Some of these symptoms or signs are frequently present during panic attacks:
- a feeling of impending danger or doom
- Fear of dying or losing control
- Rapid, pounding heart rate
- Trembling or shaking
- breathing difficulty or throat constriction
- Hot flashes
- Abdominal cramping
- Chest pain
- Dizziness, lightheadedness or faintness
- Numbness or tingling sensation
- feeling detached or unconnected to reality
The intense fear of having another panic attack is one of the worst aspects of having one, and it may be so strong that you avoid situations where they might happen.
Although the exact cause of panic disorder or attacks is unknown, the following things could be a contributing factor:
- Major stress
- Having a temperament that is more prone to feeling stressed out or depressed
- Several modifications to the way specific brain regions work
At first, panic attacks may strike suddenly and without warning; however, with time, they increasingly tend to be brought on by particular circumstances.
One who experiences panic attacks that began after the loss of a loved one with frequent heart palpitations and occurring only at night will be treated differently from another who experiences panic attacks that are triggered by performance anxiety before an exam with extreme trembling.