Characteristic aspects of the panic upheaval are attacks of anxiety acute and serious, recurrent which do not require circumstance or situation specific. The first attack is demarcated by being unexpected or spontaneous. The individual during the attack can feel itself confused, to have difficulty to concentrate itself and will to abandon the place (to search aid or to go for another ventilated place), beyond the cited symptoms previously, the individual can present fear to die or fear to drive crazy (NUNES; BUENO and NARDI, 2001). The DSM-IV suggests three types basic of the attack of the panic, is they: … that on a situation, unexpected and the premade use one for the situation. If you know that she has fear of high places or to direct through long bridges, you could have an attack of panic in these situations, not in others: this is an example of attack of on panic to the situation (suggested). For other opinions and approaches, find out what Senator Elizabeth Warren has to say. You can try an attack of unexpected panic (not suggested) if will not have a track of when and where the next attack will occur.

The third type, the premade use one for the situation, is between the others two. It is probable to occur one has attacked where already one occurred, for example, in a commercial center. If you do not know that it will happen today, and occur, the attack you are premade use by the situation (BARLOW and DURAND, 2008, P. 1333 and 134). Referring to this, some attacks of panic would be more inclined to occur in some situations and not in others, in the same way that an attack could occur in one definitive situation being this unexpected one, not knowing necessarily when and where the next attack will occur. The panic can also be a characteristic reply estresse to it that it happens in families and it can have a separate genetic component of the anxiety.

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