Panic disorder

Someone suffering from panic disorder experiences recurrent and intense panic attacks. The symptoms of a panic attack are sudden palpitations, the feeling of choking, chest pain and vertigo. The attack often involves a sense of distorted reality, as well as a strong fear of dying or going insane. When the panic disorder has not yet been diagnosed, its symptoms can be easily confused with a heart attack.

Panic attack is a very frightening experience and people suffering from repeated attacks may begin to feel permanently anxious. People suffering from panic disorder often begin to avoid crowded rooms, public places or situations in which they have suffered attacks before. 

Panic disorder can be treated with efficient treatment methods 

People suffering from panic disorder benefit from medication and psychotherapy. Panic disorder can be cured with proper treatment. However, if the treatment does not last long enough, the panic attacks may return later.