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We all have days and situations that are stressful to deal with, and every single person experiences worry at certain points in their life. The way each person reacts to stress can vary greatly, but if feel a sense of impending doom or danger, sweating, elevated heart rate, dizziness or trembling, you may be dealing with a panic attack. Panic attacks can feel like the world is crashing down on you and there's nothing you can do about it. Fortunately, you do have the power to learn how to better manage your panic attacks and understand what may be causing them. If you've been suffering from panic attacks, let the online therapists at 7 Cups help.

What is a Panic Attack?

A panic attack is when an individual suddenly feels intense fear or anxiety, and that feeling peaks with increased heart rate, sweating, and many other symptoms. Having a panic attack can be frightening, and often if someone has one, they have the fear of having it again. This fear can lead to another panic attack. These panic attacks can sometimes even feel like a heart attack. There are a number of things that may increase your risk for developing a panic attack including family history, major stress, life changes or traumatic events.

Panic Attack Treatment

Panic attacks are very treatable. The best method of dealing with a panic attack is to participate in a therapy program. Therapy can help you better understand the root causes of your panic attacks and learn how to notice the signs to manage them more effectively. This in combination with lifestyle changes, like getting more sleep and having a healthy diet, can help to reduce and help you manage your panic attacks.

Online Therapy with 7 Cups

If you deal with panic attacks, let the online therapists at 7 Cups help. We're always ready to listen and offer you support when you need it.

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