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What are Panic Attacks?

Description of the disease

A panic attack is a sudden feeling of terror that can arise without any apparent reason. People suffering from panic attacks often describe this condition as a feeling of losing control over their body and mind. Panic attacks can occur in various situations, including everyday actions.


  • Situational panic attacks
  • Social panic attacks
  • Immediate panic attacks


  • Intense anxiety and terror
  • Loss of control
  • Tachycardia


Panic attacks can be caused by various factors, including stress, genetic predisposition, chemical imbalance in the brain, etc.


The diagnosis of panic attacks is carried out by a psychiatrist based on the examination and history of the patient.


Treatment of panic attacks includes psychotherapy, medication for anxiety and antidepressants.


Prevention of panic attacks involves stress management, healthy lifestyle and regular psychotherapeutic support.


The treatment of panic attacks is carried out by a psychiatrist or psychotherapist. In some cases, consultation with a neurologist may be required.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.