Hello, today I’m talk about anxiety attack symptoms. If you have been lucky enough to go through life without ever having suffered an anxiety attack. It can often be difficult to understand how distressing they can be for people who suffer them. We all get stressed in our daily lives be it at work or because the kids are playing up.
If you imagine how you feel in these situations and magnify it many times over you may get some idea of the level of anxiety felt by those who regularly suffer anxiety attack symptoms.
There are quite a few common anxiety attack symptoms. By being able to recognise these it is possible to prevent an attack being too severe or event prevent it form happening. These symptoms are as follows:
Increased heart rate.
Shaking and trembling of the body.
Feeling as though you are choking and that you cannot breath.
Feeling that you are loosing your mind or that you are going to die.
Recognising anxiety attack symptoms is sometimes enough to allow a sufferer to be able to get themselves through an attack. For those who are unaware of what is happening to them it is a very frightening experience causing even more panic.
In todays fast moving world it is not unusual for most of us to suffer from relatively high levels of stress and anxiety. For many it is just part of everyday life. The above symptoms are our bodies natural way of responding when we sense danger or that we are under threat in some way, it is a safety mechanism!
However if someone is suffering from high levels of anxiety attack symptoms without any apparent reason on a regular basis it is safe to say that they are suffering from attacks of anxiety.
If medical help is sought usually the first line of defence will be to prescribe medication. This is an excellent way of controlling the anxiety attack. However the down side is that many of these drugs can become highly addictive or have fairly serious side effects. They are really only for short term use. It is therHello, today I’m talk about anxiety attack symptoms.efore important that the person is taught how to deal with symptoms at the onset.
The best way to treat anxiety attack is with therapy. If you suffer regular attacks therapy can help you recognise situations which cause the attacks and teach you how to deal with them. This will put you in a far position to deal with attacks in the longer term.
It is possible to control anxiety attack symptoms without the use of prescription drugs. Know what triggers the attacks and what the early symptoms of an attack are. By doing this it is possible to get your life back to some kind of normality. Because you have more control over the attacks of anxiety instead of them controlling you.
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