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Yawning After Panic Attack
Yawning is opening the mouth semi-voluntarily while taking a long, deep breath of air. It is a type of reflex action controlled by the brain (a person cannot yawn on command). Yawning is normal, and usually due to drowsiness or tiredness. However, excessive yawning that happens much more often than normal may be caused by vagus nerve signals, due ...Read more
Not Really: A panic attack is actually a description of a sense of overwhelming fear with no apparent physical cause. Now if a ''panic attack'' is quickly followed by a sneeze, no concern. If a panic attack follows a sneeze more than 50%, a thorough psychiatric evaluation would make sense in thus extremely rare circumstance. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yawning: Either, coincidental at best. I had patients tell me of both. ...Read more
Truth in the Pain: Individuals who suffer with panic disorder frequently experience physical symptoms that are associated with anxiety. This can include shortness of breath, headaches, gastrointestinal distress, and chest pain. These symptoms are treatable and require both physical examination and psychotherapy. If you are struggling with these symptoms you are not alone. Get help and educate yourself. ...Read more
Have panic attack ocd and severe anxiety lately. Get pressure under jaw on neck like im being lightly choked. Triggers panic attacks. Anxiety symptom?
Can panic attacks or near panic attacks (high anxiety) leave you feeling very tired, drained and/or depressed after they pass?
Yes: Anxiety can take a lot out of you and anxiety and depression can commonly go together. If you are not on medication I would suggest you consider it. I would be happy to discuss options with you through my virtual practice or you could consult a psychiatrist in person in your area. Hope you feel better soon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Glad to hear it.: Do you have many panic attacks? If yes consider the following. Talking therapy ranks really high. Cognitive Behavioral therapy or psychotherapy can be effective. Aim for daily exercise, 8 hours of sleep per night & good nutrition w 5 servings of veggies & 4 of fruit per day. Try tai chi, yoga, Qi Gong, progressive muscle relaxation, deep breathing exercises & meditation. Don't isolate. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Panic Attacks: Relax: If you are experiencing a panic attack, sit down in a safe place and focus on deep breathing slowly and regularly. Try just that for a few minutes. Consider a combination of treatments if you experience them often: medications such as ssris (avoid benzodiazepines except for emergency situations), learn relaxation techniques, ejercise daily, sleep well and avoid alcohol and caffeine. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I don't have racing heart or hyperventilation during my panic attacks. Only uncomfy chest, pvcs, dizzy & short of breath. Cardiac r/o. Possible?
Panic can be unique: First, i hope an actual medical condition has been ruled out through history/testing/labs. Second, your symptoms sure sound like panic attacks so consider using Klonopin instead of xanax which will be harder to stop. Paxil (paroxetine) works best when combined with therapy like cbt to help you feel less anxious. ...Read more
Yes: The more panic attacks you have the more likely you'll continue to have them. They are almost never life-threatening. Find a psychotherapist who specializes in cognitive- behavioral psychotherapy, a proven effective treatment. It;s likely you are exaggerating the physical harm in your mind. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Panic attacks involve the sudden onset of intense physical and cognitive symptoms of anxiety that may be triggered by specific cues or occur unexpectedly. You could be calm and suddenly start experiencing a panic attack. Take 3 deep breaths and distract your thoughts. Contact your doctor or therapist for treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Throat tightness for days, burning throat after eating, burping. I have an anxiety disorder been stressed/having panic attacks, could it be anxiety?
Anxiety shows itself: In may ways. Once can mentally obsess over things that frighten the person or do behaviors to keep danger away, e.g., ritual behaviors, checking and re-checking. There can be heart palpitations, shortness of breath, sweating, sleeplessness, GI symptoms, etc. Please see doctor and then go to a mental health professional to learn ways to deal w/anxiety. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Pot problems: I've worked with several people who have wanted to moderate or stop their weed consumption. I found that it can induce anything from worried thoughts to a psychotic episode, and anything in between (i.e. Panic Attacks). Weed is short term for relaxation. For some people they feel a spike in their anxiety when they are no longer high. ...Read more
Briefly: It is in evolution when that symptom comes along. Pallor, pain, diaphoresis, feel really bad! ...Read more
Before&after menstruation i experience shortness of breath, palpitations, feeling faint, feeling cold, weak&shaky.What could it be?Panic attack?Thanks!
Possible: But make sure you are keeping yourself well hydrated. ...Read more
F/u question-can you awaken having anxiety attacks or feel calm & relaxed but still be having an anxiety attack which causes hyperventilating sensations?
Panic is a psychological and somatic state of anxiety usually involving extreme fear, characterized by symptoms such as shortness of breath, rapid pounding heartbeat, sometimes dizziness or light-headedness, tunnel vision, a sense of unreality, and a feeling of needing to escape from ...Read more
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