How to deal with panic attacks

What is a panic attack and its causes
A panic attack is a serious disorder that is accompanied by unexplained fear and a number of autonomic symptoms. Without proper treatment, the patient may have serious health problems and lower quality of life. Get rid of panic attacks will help adequate therapy in combination with proper nutrition and intake of amino acid complexes containing L-lysine, which contributes to the absorption of vitamin B6 and iron
A panic attack is a sudden and unpredictable attack of severe anxiety that occurs against the background of unexplained fear for no reason simultaneously with various vegetative disorders. This symptom occurs in about 5% of people, mostly aged 20 to 30 years, most of whom are women.
According to the current international classification, in the presence of frequent relapses, this condition is considered an independent disease. At the same time, panic attacks can be the result of stress, changes in life, taking any medications, or indicate health problems, such as the presence of vegetative-vascular dystonia, cardiac pathologies, hypoglycemia, depression, etc.

What should I do with a panic attack and can I get rid of anxiety attacks?
Signs and clinical manifestations of a panic attack
When an attack occurs, there is a sharp production of adrenaline, resulting in faster breathing and increased heart rate. All this provokes hyperventilation of the lungs and, as a result, leads to the appearance of such symptoms of a panic attack as a sudden feeling of tension, a panic attack, expressed fear or severe anxiety.

These sensations can be accompanied by 4 or more symptoms: dizziness, shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, sweating, numbness of the limbs, rapid pulse, high blood pressure, tremors, insomnia, nausea, abdominal pain, confusion of thoughts, auditory or visual disturbances, fear of death and other unpleasant manifestations.

Specific features of signs of panic attacks:
sudden anxiety can manifest itself in different ways: from a sense of tension to uncontrollable panic. In the first case, somatic symptoms are more pronounced against the background of a reduced level of emotional experiences and, as a rule, there is no feeling of fear
according to the majority of patients, panic attacks occur without the influence of provoking factors. However, there are also cases of attacks that occur in potentially risky situations (when driving a car, being in a closed room, while passing an exam, etc.). initially, attacks cause people strong anxiety and suggest the presence of any serious pathology, which can only worsen the course of the disease
in attacks, relapses most often occur, which provokes the development of the "waiting" attack syndrome, which only contributes to an increase in the frequency of attacks. If panic attacks occur in similar or similar situations, the person will try to avoid "dangerous" places and not face threatening factors. As a result, all this can lead to maladaptation of the individual and the development of reactive depression, severe neurosis or phobia, which is the most unfavorable prognosis that requires special treatment
the average duration of attacks is from 15 to 30 minutes, but in General attacks can last up to several hours with a frequency of several attacks a day to once or twice a month
the risk group for symptoms of panic attacks includes people from 25 to 64 years old, while those from 25 to 44 years old are most at risk. In some cases, attacks occur in adolescents against the background of an unstable state of the endocrine system. Attacks are less likely to occur in people over 65 years of age
Panic attacks can be the result of stress, changes in life, taking any medications, or indicate health problems
Treatment of panic attacks
Treatment of panic attacks
Depending on the cause of panic attacks, these disorders respond well to therapy with medications and psychological techniques, while the greatest effectiveness is provided by cognitive behavioral therapy, combined with the use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors.

With adequate treatment with complex methods, it is usually possible to quickly cope with the disease. At the same time, much depends on the correct diagnosis, and this is often difficult, because the symptoms of attacks are very similar to the manifestations of other ailments. Therefore, first of all, you should consult with a therapist and, if necessary, with a neurologist, cardiologist or endocrinologist.

There are some effective auxiliary methods for the treatment of panic attacks, namely:
performing special breathing exercises. Since hyperventilation develops in the majority of cases during a panic attack, it is important for the patient to learn to breathe correctly, so as not to disrupt the balance of oxygen and carbon dioxide in the blood, as well as to normalize the heart rate
to cope with a panic attack helps switching attention and active concentration on any activity. For example, you can perform mathematical exercises in your mind, count to a hundred, or talk about abstract topics, etc.
good effectiveness is given by auto-training: during a panic attack, you need to convince yourself that the attack is not dangerous to life and health, that it will soon end
another way to improve the overall condition of repeated panic attacks is to change your lifestyle. For example, running and other types of aerobic exercise have a beneficial effect on the body during panic attacks, as they contribute to the production of endorphins and reduce the level of cortisol in the blood
some patients are shown exercises for tension and relaxation of the muscles – this technique at least for some time eases their condition
the factor that can provoke or worsen the state of panic is caffeine. Avoiding coffee drinks or foods containing this substance helps reduce the number and duration of attacks, but the symptoms of anxiety may worsen in the first time after rejection
According to new research, there is a relationship between panic attacks and low levels of iron and vitamin B6 in the blood, which are directly involved in serotonin synthesis. Therefore, when treating panic attacks, it is recommended to Supplement the menu with products and special supplements containing these elements. However, it should be taken into account that iron and vitamins are not digested without the free amino acid L-lysine, which is found in beans, chicken meat, lamb, fish, cheese, milk, cottage cheese, quail eggs and some other products. L-lysine strengthens the walls of small blood vessels, eliminates lethargy and dizziness, improves appetite, helps reduce fatigue and improves the General condition of people who are prone to depression.

It should be remembered that panic attacks need proper treatment, even if the attacks occur once every few months. In the absence of adequate therapy, the patient's physical condition may deteriorate, mental activity and performance may decrease, and problems associated with social adaptation may begin. In other words, the quality of life can significantly decrease.
Comprehensive approach to the treatment of panic attacks
People suffering from panic attacks should not only follow all the recommendations of their doctor, but also adhere to a proper diet.
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