Whole Psychotherapy - Panic Attacks Info - Norwalk CT
Panic Attacks come on rapidly, are overwhelming, and have very real physiological and emotional symptoms. Find help for these unpleasant symptoms in Norwalk CT.
panic attack symptoms and treatments
Panic Attacks come on rapidly, are overwhelming, and have very real physiological and emotional symptoms. If you suffer from panic attacks, you know how scary and out-of-control the experience can be. These symptoms can include a feeling of sudden and extreme anxiety, which may feel overwhelming. Panic attacks often happen by surprise people by happening when that person is relaxed or "nothing is going on." Further, some people who suffer from frequent panic attacks start avoiding going out, trying to avoid situations in which they may be trapped, embarrassed, or unable to get help should a panic attack occur.
- Panic Attack symptoms: Panic attacks are often accompanied by physical symptoms mimicking other acute illnesses such as shortness of breath, racing heartbeat, chest pain, numbness/tingling, and dizziness, among others. You may experience the feeling of being detached from your surroundings, or a sense of the world being unreal. You may also have thoughts of losing control, going crazy, or being afraid of dying.
- When you should get help for your panic attacks: The sooner you seek help for your panic attacks, the easier it will be to treat. If you spend time worrying about having future panic attacks, find yourself behaving differently to avoid panic symptoms, or have frequent unexplained panic attacks, you may want to seek therapy.
- Treatment options for panic attacks: Panic attacks can be successfully treated through talk therapy, EMDR Therapy, IFS Therapy, and mindfulness techniques.
- What happens to panic attacks after therapy: Unlike anxiety (which is a natural human emotion), panic attacks are not a necessary part of the human experience, and can be reduced or eliminated through therapeutic treatment.
therapy for panic attacks in Norwalk ct
If you experience panic attacks, you are likely looking for a cure. Psychotherapy can offer this relief. Start feeling better - visit us at our Norwalk CT location or get help remotely through our teletherapy video / audio conferencing service.