panic attack symptons

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hi all its been 3 weeks since i last posted ive been doin hypnosis and generally feeling way better than i was i got a attack last nite for first time in 3 weeks it started with a pain down my left shoulder and carried down my leg got a pain in my jaw aswell my heart started to race and i was breathing fast it lasted about 30-45 mins i taught i was goin to have a stroke has anyone had these symptoms as ive never had these before any help would be gratefull i would recommend hypnosis as i used to get attacks every second day now maybe one every 14-21 days

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    Hi Landy so good to hear how much better you have been feeling do not get to worried about your latest attack you are doing great , think the odd attack is to be expected, and as long as you do not dwell on the last attack you will continue to get better and your attacks get less and less. i will happy when my attacks lesson at the moment am not any better , but am starting some group therapy in a couple of weeks. i may try hypnosis myseld . stay positive 
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    I had weird pains/tremors in both my arms, then the heart beat shot up and struggling to breathe.

    (I was playing far cry 3 on the pc, hiding from surrounding enemies) :s this was a few weeks ago.

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    Some years ago, i thought I was losing my mind, I would get anxious while driving, had no idea what was going on. I happened to be browsing in a book store, and came across a book about panic attacks. Bought it, read it many times, here's whats worked for me for years. ACCEPT THE PANIC, do not fight it, roll with it, the more you fight, the more you feel the panic, in essence the brain is bluffing your body, really, your fright feeds the panic. Here's something that works for me, extend your stomach when you feel a panic coming on, I've done it, and read about the same technique, crazy, but it works. Think calm, work out, you'll feel great.
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