What Does a Panic Attack Feels Like?

A fit of anxiety is an extraordinary influx of fear characterized by its unexpectedness and immobilizing force. Your heart pounds, you can’t breathe, and you might feel like you’re dying or going crazy. Fits of anxiety often strike suddenly, with no warning, and now and again with no reasonable trigger.


  • Panic attacks are an overreaction and intentionally dramatic.
  • People experiencing panic attacks need assistance or medical attention.
  • Only people diagnosed with a mental illness experience panic attacks.


  • People can’t control panic attack. Stressful events, mental illness, or changes in environment can trigger panic attacks.
  • Observing someone having a panic attack can be frightening, but remember that they are not in any immediate danger. The best thing to do is to remain calm.
  • It is possible for anyone to experience a panic attack, regardless of their mental health status.