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What causes panic attacks has confused people for many years. This condition can be very
serious and disrupt lives, depending on the individual person and the severity of the attacks. The
only way any kind of accurate diagnosis can be made is if a doctor is consulted. This is because
there could be different variables that are at play as well as the fact that the symptoms can be
misleading. Your doctor can determine if this or something else is what you suffer form. Causes
can often be as vague as the symptoms of panic attacks are. So we will shed some light on the
causes for panic attacks for your increased understanding.
There are some theories for the causes of panic attacks. When you sense a danger or a threat to
yourself that you can't avoid, this will often trigger an attack. In the case of panic attacks this is not
a real threat however. The belief or perception is real to your brain though. One particular theory
states that an attack is simply an inappropriate response by the alarm sensing mechanisms to
external perceptions. Put another way, the belief is that this threat is real even if it isn't. The body
then reacts as if a real threat exists, because it doesn't know any differently. Some types of illicit
drugs may bring on panic attacks in people who are susceptible to them. Certain drugs have been
none to "tip the scales" among people who are prone to panic attacks. Among the drugs that do
this are drugs like cocaine, amphetamines, and marijuana. Withdrawals are just as likely to cause
panic attacks as use or overdoses of these drugs. Panic attacks have been identified as the result
of Ecstasy withdrawals in particular. It is up to you to prevent these specific types of panic attacks.
It's a good idea to discuss these risks with your physician if you are taking these types of drugs.
Panic attacks can also be the result of prescription medications. Do keep in mind that symptoms
are very wide in scope. Don't take prescription medications without discussing your history of
panic attacks with your doctor first. Panic attacks can be triggered by Prolintane, Mazindol,
Sanorex, and Catovit as well as other prescription drugs. There are quite a few popular
prescription medications that list potential side effects that share symptoms with panic attacks.
With all the multiple reasons for panic attacks, we can of course not cover them all in one article.
The best source for information is of course your doctor. In the end, if you feel you are having
panic attacks then you need to do the next two things. First, get a complete evaluation from your
doctor. Researching panic attacks and their related disorders is next. For those whose attacks
seem to continue, then it is called a panic disorder. This condition can be managed with the help
of your doctor, and that is very best approach to maintaining a normal daily routine.
The following tips may help you with your current anxiousness attacks, yet if you truly desire to
receive the best results, then take a look at the following site on panic away at
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