Panic Attack And Panic Disorder Assessment Questionnaire Take This Quiz For Those Who Want To Know

Panic Attack And Panic Disorder Assessment Questionnaire Take This Quiz For Those Who Want To Know.

When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Tremors or muscle twitches'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Chest or throat pressure (feeling of not being able to breathe)'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Concern about the possible consequences of a new attack (e.g., losing control, having a heart attack or "going crazy")'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Feeling of choking'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Hot flashes or chills'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Significant change in the behavior or attitude due to the crisis'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Fear of losing control or going crazy'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Nausea, vomits or stomach pain or discomfort'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Feeling of suffocation or shortness of breath'
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When you experienced Panic attack, has the crisis been accompanied by additional symptoms as 'Palpitations (perception of heart beats) or accelerated pulse (tachycardia)'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Tingling or numbness sensation in arms or legs'
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At some particular time, have you felt a temporary and isolated strong reaction of fear, panic or intense discomfort which started suddenly and reached its peak of intensity during the first ten minutes?
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Persistent restlessness or anxiety about the possibility of having new attacks'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Feeling of unreality (feeling the external world as something strange) or being detached from oneself'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Sweating'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Intense fear of dying or being suffering a heart attack or some serious life-threatening physical disease'
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When you experienced Panic attack, have you experienced any additional symptoms as 'Feeling of dizziness, instability or fainting'
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What is Panic Attack Disorder

Panic attack and panic disorder

Panic attacks (or panic crisis) consist of the temporary appearance of intense fear, terror or discomfort, frequently accompanied by a feeling of danger or imminent catastrophe, and an impulse to escape.

It is necessary to make a difference between a panic attack and a panic disorder. Panic attacks may appear in many pathological conditions and be secondary to them. For instance, a person with a specific phobia (intense and irrational fear of an object or situation) may have a panic attack because of the exposure to the feared object.

When a person suffers from panic attacks repetitively and unexpectedly (without apparent reason), and develops continuous concern about the probability that they repeat and have serious or catastrophic consequences, the so called Panic Disorder (or anguish disorder) is triggered.

The repetition of panic attacks ends up generating in those people who suffer from it phobia about being alone or going to public places, so it is very frequent that the panic disorder is accompanied by agoraphobia (distressing fear of big spaces and open spaces). This happens due to an intense fear of suffering a panic attack in a public place, in the presence of unknown people.

Finally, the person ends up having panic over panic. Therefore, the individual starts to avoid certain circumstances that he feels they favor attacks, and eventually, limits his whole life according to the attempt to avoid the repetition of these attacks, generating a severe social and working impairment.

 

Is Anxiety and Panic Attacks the Same?

Panic attack and panic disorder
Panic attack in public place. Woman having panic disorder in city.

Panic attack is sudden episode of intense fear or anxiety and physical symptoms, based on a perceived threat rather than imminent danger.

How to cope up with Panic Attack and Panic Disorder

Self Assessment Screening For

Panic attack is a mental illness. Once you accept this fact, the next step is to understand the treatment plans. Fortunately, the problems associated to panic attacks may be solved efficiently with the suitable treatment.

Person suffering from panic disorder should avoid caffeine, nicotine, alcohol, and recreational drugs as this may help relieve fear and anxiety. Try to work on making consistent routine for sleep and exercise. Self relaxation techniques and therapy are useful to alleviate the fear and feeling associated with panic attack disorder. Practicing relaxation techniques such as deep breathing and yoga are helpful.

How assessment helps

How Teenage Girls Can

Use the assessment to see if you meet the criteria of diagnosis for a panic attack or a panic disorder. If so, you will need to take actions that may help you solve them and prevent more serious problems in the long term.

Quiz based series of questionnaire are designed to assess your experience with the panic attack. Based on your inputs, the result will tell if you meet the criteria of diagnosis for a panic disorder.

Remember, the discomfort resulting from this illness may interfere negatively with your daily life, your social relationships and other aspects of your life.

For that reason, we suggest that you consult a mental health professional so that he confirms the questionnaire results, decides if your symptoms are associated to another problem, examines your medical history and the gravity of your symptoms, and decides if you need treatment. This way, he may give you tools that will help you solve your problem.

Warning

This screening isn’t a medical diagnosis. You’re encouraged to talk to a care provider or doctor about what your score may mean for your overall health.This screening tool was developed for adults.

By answering the questions, you acknowledge it’s for informational purposes only. We at Dazlisha disclaims any liability, loss, or risk incurred as a consequence of using this tool.

Use of this tool (assessment, quiz and questions) is discretionary and shall not be substituted over your health care provider’s recommendations.

Your Privacy is important : All your answers are kept confidential.

 

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