Symptoms of Panic and Anxiety Attacks

We've all been there, questioning every feeling, obsessing over every breath and heartbeat. We start to think something is seriously wrong, but if you're like me then you have probably ended up in the ER thinking you were having a heart attack! Turns out, after many doctors visits they finally diagnose you with an Anxiety or Panic Disorder. I have listed here a comprehensive list of Anxiety and Panic symptoms.
  • Rapid Heartbeat
  • Racing Thoughts
  • Feeling a sense of loss of control
  • Feeling like you are going crazy
  • Yawning more than usual
  • Feeling like your throat is closing
  • Hyperventilating
  • Tingling in your Extremities
  • Feeling like you're going to die
  • wave of heat through your body
  • Chest pressure
  • Restless leg syndrome
  • Dizzy spells, Light headedness and Vertigo
  • Chest Pains
  • Nausea
  • A feeling of Surreal
  • Light Sensitivity in Vision
  • Random Shooting Pains throughout body
  • Feeling like you are going to have a Heart Attack
This list is just about every symptom of Anxiety or Panic that I have suffered on a daily basis in one way or another. I'm sure I am probably even missing some as this Disorder can cause so many different symptoms. It is no wonder we become scared that we have a Terminal Disease. Almost all of these Symptoms mimic very serious diseases, hence why so many people report to the ER only to get told there is nothing wrong. If you or someone you know suffers with one of these Debilitating Disorders please know that they are treatable and you must seek professional help!

[Everything written in this article
is based on my  personal experience and symptoms
with Severe Panic Disorder]                                                                                Written by: Christina Pimentel

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