(National Anxiety Foundation)
Panic Disorder is a medical disorder characterized by severe and sudden episodes or "attacks" with several of the following symptoms:
Panic, Fear of Losing Control or Dying,
Pounding Heartbeat, Difficulty Breathing
Smothering Sensation, Chest Pain or Discomfort, Tingling Numbness of The Skin, Hot or Cold Feeling, Nausea,
Sweatiness, Shakiness, or Feelings of Unreality (Familiar Things Feel Odd)
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