Panic attack is a sudden onset of seizures that lasts for a while with various physical symptoms that give rise to a feeling of intense distress and fear. During these seizures, people are severely fearful of "dying, penetrating, losing control". 5-10 minutes to half an hour until space can be a danger during these attacks can occur in the body of the person immediately following symptoms may occur:

- Increased palpitation, heart rate
-No feel, do not feel like drowning
-Chest pain or tightness in the chest area
- Nausea, abdominal pain
-It's like turning around
- Perception of self and environment as change
-Shower or hot press
-It's hard to come by

People usually go to the hospital with the reason that their attacks are confused with a heart attack. People can be very anxious about living the same situation again after they calm down with the results of the tests done for the moment. This anxiety and other stressful life events can lead to recurrence of attacks. In health tourism , it is known that the environment in which tourists live and the stress result they can experience are frequently visited to hospitals.

Panic Attack palpitations, sweating, chills, feeling unable to choking or breathing, chest pain or urgency, nausea, abdominal pain, dizziness, unusual bodily sensations such imbalances intensity was felt, losing control along, characterized by insane fear or fear of death a process. The attack is sudden onset and usually quickly reaches its peak in 10 minutes or less. Panic attack last approximately 15-20 minutes. But sometimes it can only be 1-2 minutes, sometimes longer than an hour. Panic attacks can also be seen in other psychiatric disorders, especially phobia. However, they arise as a result of encountering or encountering stress.

Poor eating habits, irregular diet and solid diet can trigger attacks of variable blood sugar levels that may occur as a result.
Excessive breathing initiates panic symptoms. Under stress, it becomes more common without breathing.
Digestive problems and food allergies can cause panic.
Antidepressant medicines may elicit panic attack, especially in the first week of use.
Caffeine, cigarettes, alcohol and some drugs (such as LSD, cannabis and cocaine) can cause panic attack.
Sudden withdrawal of any medication that has a sedative effect can lead to panic attack.
Some drugs used to treat amphetamines, cortisone and asthma may also trigger panic attack.
Balance, coordination, hearing and vision difficulties may trigger panic and agoraphobia by increasing one's stress level.
Bodial aches may trigger panic attack.

What should he do?
Trying to breathe slowly and deeply can prevent symptoms such as dizziness, blurred vision.
If you have experienced a similar attack before, it may be comforting to remind yourself that you will pass.
Learning relaxation and breathing exercises can make it easier to cope with attacks.
Monitoring of a specialist in the treatment process and use control of the drug, the attacks live to either attack to get psychoeducation from a psychologist to reduce violence being quite useful, it seems to provide lasting improvement of psychotherapy in many patients who have panic disorder.
All treatments in the treatment of panic disorder as well as in the process of leaving drugs or change your dose without consulting psychiatrist to the cause of making a half remain to be treated, increasing the likelihood of attacks emerge again