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    panic children – ocd childhood – anxiety in school – attack

    Lilia  Riquelme

    par Lilia Riquelme

    230 vues - panic children – ocd childhood – anxiety in school – attack child panic
    Panic Disorder. Panic Disorder is different from Panic Attacks; panic attacks are defined as sudden, discrete episodes of intense fear and/or discomfort accompanied by 4 out of 13 bodily or cognitive symptoms, often manifesting with an intense desire to escape, feeling of doom or dread, and impending danger. These symptoms peak within 10 minutes, and often subside within 20-30 minutes. The 13 symptoms are: heart palpitations or fast heart rate; sweating; trembling or shaking; shortness of breath or smothering; choking sensation; chest discomfort or pain; nausea or abdominal distress; feeling dizzy, lightheaded, faint or unsteady; feelings of unreality or being detached from oneself; fear of losing control or going crazy; fear of dying; numbness or tingling sensations; chills or hot flashes.