Is it all in your perception?
Do you experience what you think (or have been told) as a panic attacks? Are you a survivor of abuse, bullying, catastrophic, combat, domestic violence, harassment, rape, trauma, or indoctrination situations in your life?
If you have, you are probably feeling some degree of Post-traumatic Stress from your experience. Then knowingly or unknowingly, you’re carrying buried memory or known as dissociative memory that have active conscious triggers.
Many times a panic attack is not an actual panic attack. Sometimes a panic attack is a mislabeled trigger response. So it appears that the symptoms are almost identical. Therefore the only difference between a panic attack and a PTSD trigger response is perception.
Unfortunately the diagnosis of a "panic attack" seems to have become a knee jerk catch-all diagnosis made by professionals that are unknowledgeable of Post Traumatic Stress symptoms and how PTSD mirrors many other diagnoses.
Overall, recognition of the true difference between the two will deflate the influence and intensity of the trigger response. Take your personal authority back and master your life.
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