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Understand To Spot These Three Symptoms Of A Panic Attack

The Symptoms Of A Panic Attack hit millions of people every day. When the person doesn’t know it’s a panic attack as opposed to something else, it can be especially difficult. The problem is these attacks can occur without any advanced notice.

Even more terrifying, they can strike while you are sleeping. The fear can be way out of proportion for the symptoms if the person is not familiar with Panic Attacks. We will be taking a look at a few of the many possible symptoms of a panic attack.

One symptom of these attacks is a suddenly racing heart. This refers to a sudden increase to heart rate. When a person experiences a rapidly beating heart this can cause them to feel terrified. Just about anyone would think they may be having a heart attack, or worse, that they may suddenly die.

This is a very serious symptom, obviously. Contact your doctor immediately if you experience this symptom. Symptoms similar to coming down with the flu, like having the chills, have also been described by those suffering a panic attack. This can make the situation even more confusing. There are other such feelings that can be related to Panic Attacks. So this is something that you should talk to your doctor about, and part of the reason is that you may think you are sick. When the symptom only last for a short time and don’t repeat themselves soon, then they were most likely due to a panic attack.

One of the most dire symptoms associated with panic attacks is feeling like you’re choking. Because a panic attack can last as long as fifteen minutes, this is especially terrifying. Sometimes, the symptoms can last longer, however. So it is highly stressful to feel as if you’re choking, even though you’re not. If you have never felt this symptoms before, then you would rightly be extremely concerned and totally stressed-out by it.

When it comes to the differences in the sexes, women have to confront panic attack syndromes twice as often as men. Evidently, it is unknown why that is so. On the contrary, the most crucial end is you need to be aware of how often your signals take place. Quite frequently, for women, signals of panic attacks will come about early in adulthood. Despite everything, if you deem that you are experiencing syndromes from a panic attack, then set up an appointment with your doctor.

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Stress, Anxiety Symptoms or Panic Attacks? Hypnotherapy can help!

If you change your mind … you can change your life…. and start to smell the roses again………

Are stress, Anxiety or Panic Attacks having a devastating effect on your life?

The Symptoms that we display when feeling stressed, anxious or when we are having a Panic Attack are all natural ‘fight or flight’ responses that as humans, have always been there. In our early evolution, it was a life saving response, when we came across the sabre-toothed tiger; we had to do one of two things either stay and fight, or run away, very quickly.

Today, our society creates the same pressures within us, even though we no longer have to literally fight to save our lives. These pressures have taken the place of that sabre tooth tiger of yesteryear and we, as humans react as we always did.

These pressures could be centred on the working environment, the home, our relationships, our family, friends or a thousand and one other “issues”. Whereas a little stress can be a good thing, creating that adrenalin through the bloodstream to help us perform in sport or examinations, the problems arise when we feel that constant pressure causing stress which in time leads to anxiety and eventually this can lead to panic attacks. It could be something in your current life, something from the past or a combination of both.

Cognitive Hypnotherapy together with NLP can help you to deal with the stress in your life in the best possible way that suits YOU. If your stress has developed to Anxiety And Panic attacks, whether the problem is within you or external to you, within your control or outside of it, Cognitive Hypnotherapy and NLP can help.

If you are currently suffering panic attacks, Anxiety Symptoms, Anxiety Attacks, or just plain old stress, I can help you to get back on track and start to smell the roses again (or whatever floats your particular boat).

My name is Marta Marsland and I am a professional Cognitive Hypnotherapist working in Harlow, Bishops Stortford, Great Dunmow, Takeley, Stansted, Essex and Hertfordshire and also in Harley Street, London.

Give me a call, check out my website or send me an email and we can discuss ways for you to regain control over your feelings and once you realise that you can take back control of your life, you may be very surprised at just how easily you can get rid of those feelings of unwanted stress, anxiety or panic and get your life firmly back on track.

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Hi, My name is Marta Marsland

I am a fully qualified Cognitive Hypnotherapist (Dip C Hyp) and NLP Practitioner (NLPP). I trained at the internationally recognised Quest Institute in London, where I trained with Trevor Silvester, Quest Institute Director, Fellow of the National Council for Hypnotherapy (NCH) and creator of Wordweaving.

The Quest Institute Diploma in Cognitive Hypnotherapy is one of the most rigorous available, meeting and exceeding the National Occupational Standards set for Hypnotherapy in the UK.

I am a member of the National Council for Hypnotherapy (MNCH (Lic)) who promote the highest standards of training and professional ethics amongst its members. I am bound by the NCH Code of Ethics and its practising Agreement.

I hold the Hypnotherapy Practitioner Diploma (HPD) which is the nationally accredited hypnotherapy qualification, awarded by the NCFE National Awarding Body.

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