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PANIC DISORDER Panic Disorder

People with panic disorder experience sudden feelings of fright and fear that they can't predict and they have no control over. Often times these individuals experience panic and anxiety between disorders because they are worrying about when they will experience their next attack. Most people began developing a panic disorder in adolescence or early adulthood and the risk of developing the disorder seems to be inherited.
 
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Symptoms of Panic Disorder
There are a variety of different symptoms associated with having a panic attack. Precisely what the symptoms are vary depending on the individual. Most people experience heart palpitations or feeling their heart pounding and many times the individual feels sweaty, weak, or dizzy. The individual may feel tingling or numbness in their hands and feet as well as suddenly either feeling flushed or chills. You may experience nausea, chest pain or smothering sensations. The individual may feel like he or she is losing control or a sense of unreality. It is possible to feel as if you're having a heart attack, feel like you're dying, or becoming insane.
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