Wednesday, 9 November 2011

Anxiety or panic-related chest pain to know

Chest you are one of the physical swallowing of panic attacks. You will find that it is difficult to breathe and your chest will tighten and constrict. It may feel like there is something that is preventing your throat from being able to swallow, and it is oppose, uncomfortable and scary.

I am here to tell you that if you are experiencing a pain in your chest as a result of the anxiety, you are going to be fine. It is not a heart attack, and you will live. I know that it is not as easy to do, but you need to stop worrying and calm down. To the person feeling chest you as a result of the anxiety attack, it sure does feel like a heart attack.

To the anxiety and panic attack sufferers who experience chest pain, the chest pain is different for different people. For some it may hit them on the sides of the chest, for others it may be in the middle of the chest and for some they may feel it throughout their whole chest. However way it attacks the person, it is a scary experience.

For some people, it can be an extremely sharp pain that does not last very long, and for others it can last for long periods of time. On the other side of the spectrum, it can be a dull pain and it may extend to the shoulders or the back or the throat. It really just depends on the individual.

There is great news though, as you start to start taking control of your anxiety, the chest you will happen less and less, until they are gone. The thing that you need to understand about anxiety is that worrying about something consistently will make you anxious. The constant negative thoughts about whatever…how it is you are worrying about will cause you to get anxious, and this can bring about the chest pain, which is actually what you want to avoid.

The chest you are scary and so real and sometimes the pain can be extremely unbearable that people are sucked into the world of medicine just so alleviate the pain. Medicine however is not sorting out the problem, it is just numbing the pain. Do you want to "rely on medicine for the rest of your life? I didn't think so!

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