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Get rid of panic attacks

Which things really help?

Who wants to get rid of agonizing panic attacks, should definitely deal with the topic of neurofeedback.

With the help of collected insights from psychology, neurology and computer science, treat illnesses such as anxiety disorders, epilepsy or ADHD. With as little stress as possible for the patient.

Here lies the challenge

According to statistics, every fifth German suffered from a panic attack at least once in his life. This does not mean that there is an anxiety and panic disorder.

Without warning, those affected suddenly respond with violent physical reactions to everyday situations that are not actually a threat. But even in familiar and familiar environments, such as your own home, panic attacks can occur at night in your sleep, as if from nowhere and have an almost shocking effect.

The body is in an exceptional state during a panic attack, producing typical symptoms such as palpitations, sweats, tremors, dizziness, and the sensation of breathlessness.

In addition, panic attacks are often associated with bad anxiety - such as feeling dying or going crazy.

The environment suddenly feels alien and unreal during a panic attack, and the person can no longer respond to their environment.

In most cases, a panic attack subsides within half an hour, leaving the uncontrolled feeling of fear as a very unpleasant memory in mind.

A single experienced panic attack is already stressful enough and is perceived by the person concerned in retrospect as very worrying.

But there are also many people who experience such panic attacks on a regular basis, which can be so exhausting that some affected people avoid any triggers and prefer to stay home. The ensuing isolation of other people is of course additionally stressful.