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4 Frequently Experienced Anxiety Attacks Symptoms
Almost every individual experiences stress in his or her everyday life. Stress and anxiety are closely related, in terms of how the body thinks and reacts to its surroundings. Research has shown that nearly twenty-five percent of the world's population experiences some form of anxiety attacks today. As such, understanding the 4 frequently experienced anxiety attacks symptoms will better prepare you to manage them in the future.
For some, anxiety attacks can have such severe symptoms that only medication can help. Medications can be effective; however, they do not always treat the underlying cause of the attacks. For example, a therapist can also help a person identify the root cause of the attacks through behavioral therapy and advice him on how to deal with them effectively. Often, if a person is able to identify their symptoms in advance, he or she should be successful in dealing with and preventing an anxiety attack.
There are 4 frequently experienced anxiety attacks symptoms that one may face today. Imagine the following scenarios:
1. Breathing difficulties
It is a typical day for you. You have dropped the kids off at school and are about to run some errands. Suddenly, you start to feel as though you are unable to breathe. Each breath is labored and you feel as if you are trying to breathe through a heavy blanket or pillow. You have a desperate need to get outside for more air. You start pulling the collar of your shirt to reduce the sensation of getting choked. You are starting to panic, literally gulping air into your lungs.
This scenario is an example of what one may experience when having an anxiety attack. It could take place due to the stress that you are facing in your daily life, or when you feel tensed and nervous about a situation.
2. Rapid or irregular heartbeats
You have just entered your favorite shop in the mall. There is a sale going on and there are tons of people there. Your heart then starts to pound and beat rapidly. You feel as if your heart is going to leap out of your chest if you do not get away from all of them. Immediately, you feel that there is a need to leave and make a mad dash to the exit. Once outside, you begin to feel better, your heart rate starts to slow down and beat regularly.
Having irregular heartbeats or sudden heart palpitations are symptoms of anxiety attacks. They usually take place when you least expected them to, and at almost any social situation.
3. Breaking out in cold sweat or perspiring profusely
You are at work and your boss has just called you into his office. What would the boss be calling you for? Your hands turn cold and you start to break out in cold sweat. Your hands are clammy and there are drops of perspiration running down your back. With a great sense of dread, you walk towards the boss's office.
Breaking out in cold sweat and perspiring profusely typical anxiety attacks symptoms. Unknown to many, such rapid changes that take place in the body is the result of immense stress, nervousness and anxiety.
4. Trembling and shaking tendencies
You are driving down the same road that you travel on every single day. Out of nowhere, a deer leaps out in front of your car. You hit the brakes and manage to avoid the accident. However, you find yourself shaking so hard that your knees are knocking against each other and you cannot move on. This anxiety attack symptom is the result of a reaction to a stressful or traumatic situation.
From then on, whenever you are driving on the road or when something suddenly appears before you, you develop the above 3 symptoms and realize that you cannot stop trembling. This is an example of how such symptoms can have large impacts on one's daily life.
The good news is that anxiety attacks symptoms can be controlled without the use of medications. Identifying the root cause of an attack, its symptoms, and knowing how to handle an anxiety attack well enables one to stay in control of his or her life.
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