This can give rise to a number of unpleaseant physichal and mental symptoms.
Contarary to some belief, medication is not needed to "cure" panic attacks.
They stop when you stop trying to fight them and just accept them and patiently wait for them to end.
Also a healthy diet, excercise and thinking about other people/things and not yourself helps greatly. Another thing that helps if you practice it is observing your feelings and not engaging with them.
"Shes having a panic attack"
"hey man how are your panic attacks?"
"I don't get them anymore, I realised I was just making them worse by worrying about them and trying to fight them, when I stopped doing that and started accepting them they went away in a month"
One who is having a panic attack will experiance some or all of these symptoms:
-Shortnes of breath
-Dizziness, unsteadiness, or faintness
-Palpitations or accelerated heart rate
-Trembling or shaking
-Nausea, stomachache, or diarreah
-Feelings of unreality, strangeness, or detachment from the environment
-Numbness or tingling sensations
-Flushing or chills
-Chest pain or discomfort
-Fear of dying
-Fear of "going crazy" or losing control
Fear of heart stopping
Spinning/Spiraling sensation when you close your eyes
Basically, it just majorly sucks balls to go through a (real) panic attack. Panic attacks are one of the most misunderstood terms in today's vocabulary. Commonly in today's society people will make the statement "I'm having a panic attack because I have so much work/school/other issues to think about", this of course is not true, because someone who is going through a panic attack is literally so scared they can't even speak. It is actually a mental disorder that should be treated immediately because literally NO ONE deserves to feel this shitty.
"I feel like I'm gonna die and I hope I do.
Nothing truly bad has ever happened to me.
Baby, I feel bad for feeling bad.
We will die in the streets or in cars or in beds.
It makes no difference."
Paris- Wow, Panic! At The Disco is awesome.
London- Totally. I'm having a Panic! Attack just thinking about them.