A panic attack involves an overwhelming sensation of fear, paranoia, and anxiety, balled up alongside heart palpitations, sweating, and even breathing difficulties. They are highly unpleasant, and those who get them often can attest to how tiring and scary they can be. If you get regular panic attacks, you may be doing certain things that are contributing to your risk of them.
HERE ARE 15 HIDDEN HABITS THAT CAN TRIGGER A PANIC ATTACK.
1. CREATING CRISIS OUT OF DRAMA:
Sometimes things feel much bigger than they really. At times, we all can exaggerate a problem by overthinking and making it seem much bigger than it really is. This is called catastrophizing, which is the misinterpretation of events or physical sensations as considerably worse than they actually are. These misinterpretations can become triggers for a panic attack. It is often the case that many people with anxiety are unable to distinguish the difference between what is possible and what is probable. They may consider something that is extremely unlikely a cause for concern, even though the risks are minimal. As an example, panic attacks can be triggered by:
- Assuming a heart palpitation that you are feeling is a heart attack.
- Thinking that something bad happened to your partner because you have not heard from them for a while
- Assuming someone hates you because they have not replied to your message yet
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