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Panic Attacks / Anxiety Attacks

What Are Panic / Anxiety Attacks?


Unlike most panic attacks experienced by the general population in response to a specific trigger such as stress, worries, or feared situations, the panic attacks that occur in panic disorder often occur unexpectedly, without any obvious trigger or cause

A panic attack consists of at least 4 of the following symptoms:

  • Heart palpitations

  • Sweating

  • Trembling

  • Difficulty breathing

  • Feeling of choking

  • Chest pain

  • Nausea

  • Dizziness

  • Feeling unreal or detached

  • Numbness or tingling sensations

  • Chills or hot flushes

  • Fear of dying, or fear of going crazy or losing control

Our Expertise


Panic / anxiety attacks can be an extremely uncomfortable and debilitating condition, which can be helpfully managed by meeting with one of our experienced clinicians. We can help you learn how to manage your symptoms through various types of treatments and techniques. Please read our team bios or contact our admin team to discuss your needs and the best match for you.

As with most things that impact our lives strongly, the best approach is to seek out help sooner rather than later. No matter how long you’ve been experiencing these symptoms, it is never too late to start taking your life back. If any of the above sounds familiar, please don’t hesitate to get in touch to set up an appointment.

Generally, night time is thought of a period in which we can relax, unwind, and rest.  For some of us, our anxiety or stress sometimes can get the better of us at night, leading to panic attacks.  Frightening or unpleasant during the best of times, these can seem more difficult to handle in the dark and quiet night.  Continue reading along to find out more about nighttime panic attacks.What Is A Panic Attack?Panic attacks are generally short term, unexpected, sudden bursts of intense anxiety.  These can last upwards of 10 to 15 minutes, gradually decreasing in intensity over time. Can Happen At NightOften, those of us who experience panic attacks during the day can experience them at night. 🔗 To full blog in bio 👆#covid19 #panicattacks #mentalillness #mentalhealthtips #wellbeing #anxiety #depression #stress #counselling #sadness #breathing #ireland #resilience #therapy #response #technique

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