Humans, throughout their lives are exposed to great amounts of stress, anger and problems. All these and many other things affect our physical and mental health in negative ways. They are generally the main reason for increasing cancer rates all around the world and it is not so easy to get away from stress and other problems that life pulls humans into.
Disorders caused by stress, anger and similar problems are very commonly seen and some of them cannot be treated quickly and requires a long time to be dedicated by the person who has a disorders related to these factors.
Panic attacks are the most commonly experienced panic disorder or anxiety disorder symptoms. Almost 5% of the world population experiences panic attack during their life time. It is an anxiety based disorder and they are physically harmless to the person who has it. The panic attacks can be triggered by the factors stated above which are stress, anger, depression etc. as well as being inherited from parents.
Generally people who have illnesses such as asthma, heart disease and if they are using medications for these illnesses then they are more likely to experience panic attacks. At the time of a panic attack the person experiences maximum amount of sweating, very high and rapid heartbeat, shaking and feeling as if you were short of breath, pain in the chest, dizziness, fainting, fearing of death and many other symptoms.
If you are one of those people who experience panic attack very often you are probably done a lot of research on how to prevent or stop panic attacks. First of all you have to be sure that what you have experienced is an actual panic attack not a heart attack. Once you have been sure of you illness and it came out to be panic attack then you can take the following information into consideration.
You have to choose more healthy, alcohol and caffeine free diets should be supported with aerobic exercises, breathing and yoga exercises in order to minimize the risk of experiencing a panic attack. along with these ideas you may try some of the following to stop yourself from experiencing panic attacks.
First of all you should be relaxed and be aware of the any tension feeling in your muscles, take deep and slow breath, try to relax by talking to yourself. Many different medical treatment options are available for people who experience panic attacks very often. Your doctor may prescribe you with antianxiety, antidepressant drugs as well as drugs for various heart pressure problems that are experienced during a panic attack.
Psychotherapy is another common treatment option for panic attacks.