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Buzzing feeling in brain

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This is what happens to me....I start looking around because everything looks weird like a dream and I feel panic coming and all of a sudden my brain starts buzzing and all the focus goes to my eyes. I don't feel my body at all. Just warm buzzing feeling. Then if I don't snap out of it and calm down I get tunnel vision and hyperventilating, heart starts racing, and I want to scream and run. Thankfully I am able to snap out of the full one. This is the best I can explain this. Is this really panic disorder?


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replied April 11th, 2017
Panic Attacks Answer A60827
First you should consult a doctor and get a complete hemogram, EKG, thyroid function tests, and any other tests recommended which will help to rule out any serious medical disorders.

If they are negative, then your symptoms are more likely to be to anxiety rather than due to any cardiac disorder.

In such a case, it would be best that you consult a psychiatrist and seek proper behavior therapy as well as medications to control your anxiety.

I hope this helps.


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