What are Panic Attacks and How Can You Help?
Panic attacks are unexpected periods of intense fear that may include physical symptoms such as: racing heart, sweating, shaking, shortness of breath or the feeling that something bad is about to happen. These may all occur within minutes. Therapy can often help people who suffer with panic attacks to control the disorder without the use of drugs. It can help prevent future attacks and help you to develop the skills to cope when the attacks occur.