What is a panic attack?

A panic attack is a sudden episode of intense fear that triggers severe physical reactions when there is no real danger or apparent cause


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  • Exercises (Discover which exercises work best for you)
  • Reduce overall anxiety levels over time
  • You'll enjoy both live engagement with group members
  • 1 individual session with a psychologist (45 minutes)
  • you can automatically track your progress



  • Exercises (Discover which exercises work best for you)
  • Reduce overall anxiety levels over time
  • You'll enjoy both live engagement with group members.
  • 2 individual sessions with a psychologist (45 minutes) 
  • you can automatically track your progress


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Panic attacks typically include some of these signs or symptoms: 

1.Sense of impending doom or danger 2.Fear of loss of control or death 3.Rapid, pounding heart rate 4.Sweating 5.Trembling or shaking 6.Shortness of breath or tightness in your 7.throat 8.Chills 9.Hot flashes 10.Nausea 11.Abdominal cramping 12,Chest pain 13.Headache 14.Dizziness, lightheadedness or faintness 15, Numbness or tingling sensation 16.Feeling of unreality or detachment 

Factors that may increase the risk of developing panic attacks or panic disorder include: Family history of panic attacks or panic disorder Major life stress, such as the death or serious illness of a loved one A traumatic event, such as sexual assault or a serious accident Major changes in your life, such as a divorce or the addition of a baby Smoking or excessive caffeine intake History of childhood physical or sexual abuse

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PART 1: How can you stop a panic attack? 1. Deep breathing can help bring a panic attack under control. You can also try using 4-7-8 breathing, or “relaxing breath.” With this technique, the person breathes in for 4 seconds, holds the breath for 7 seconds, then exhales slowly for 8 seconds. PART 2: Walk or do some light exercise. Walking can remove a person from a stressful environment, and the rhythm of walking may also help them regulate their breathing. Moving around releases hormones called endorphins that relax the body and improve mood. Taking up regular exercise can help reduce anxiety over time, which may lead to a reduction in the number or severity of panic attacks. PART 3: Learn your triggers. A person’s panic attacks may often be triggered by the same things, such as enclosed spaces, crowds, or problems with money. By learning to manage or avoid their triggers, people may be able to reduce the frequency and intensity of panic attacks.

PART 4 : Remember that it will pass. During a panic attack, it can help to remember that these feelings will pass and cause no physical harm, however scary it feels at the time. Try acknowledging that this is a brief period of concentrated anxiety, and that it will be over soon. Panic attacks tend to reach their most intense point within 10 minutes of their onset, and then the symptoms will begin to subside. PART 5: The 5-4-3-2-1 method. Panic attacks can make a person feel detached from reality. This is because the intensity of the anxiety can overtake other senses. The 5-4-3-2-1 method is a type of grounding technique and a type of mindfulness. It helps direct the person’s focus away from sources of stress. To use this method, the person should complete each of the following steps slowly and thoroughly: Look at 5 separate objects. Think about each one for a short while. Listen for 4 distinct sounds. Think about where they came from and what sets them apart. Touch 3 objects. Consider their texture, temperature, and what their uses are. Identify 2 different smells. This could be the smell of your coffee, your soap, or the laundry detergent on your clothes. Name 1 thing you can taste. Notice whatever taste is in your mouth, or try tasting a piece of candy. eg: Remember the matrix, it had keys that opened to new challenges, heroes and new opportunities to overcome it.



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