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The symptoms of a panic attack include heart palpitations, a faster heart rate, trembling, sweating, a feeling of choking or lack of oxygen, nausea, chest pain, fear of dying, fearing loss of control, chills, numbness an... More »

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Psychologists classify intense fear accompanied by four of a group of predetermined symptoms as a panic attack, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Panic attacks peak within a few minutes of o... More »

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According to WebMD, panic attacks can be treated at home with deep breathing exercises and muscle relaxation exercises. Replacing negative thoughts with positive thoughts and minimizing caffeine intake can also help to m... More »

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Psychologists classify intense fear accompanied by four of a group of predetermined symptoms as a panic attack, according to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Panic attacks peak within a few minutes of o... More »

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According to MedlinePlus, a panic attack is a sudden feeling of terror that can cause someone to experience physical symptoms, such as a fast heartbeat, difficulty breathing, weakness, dizziness, sweating, tingling or nu... More »

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