Juan Manuel Sibaja comes out of his house to work today like any other person, but in the past year, to move forward along the street it was almost a torture for him as it recognises that suffered from panic attacks.
Don’t know where they came from, but the panic attacks kept him locked in his house.
People who suffer from panic attacks have a fear of being branded as “crazy”, but not about that. Millions of people in the world have lived even once.
A recent study from the University of Cambridge, says that four out of every 100 people suffer from panic attacks in the world.
Feel dizziness, tachycardia, palpitations, shortness of breath, lightheadedness, mental, feeling of unreality, whistling in the ear, fear of dying, blurred vision, fear of a heart attack, insomnia, fear of losing control or fainting.
The ideal is that before a panic attack you do not self-prescribe the necessary medication and seek professional help from a psychiatrist or neuro-linguistic programming.
Be very careful with the medications that we prescribe or we share for these fears, since many cause addiction or memory loss.