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Having intense fear that comes on suddenly could mean you’re having a panic attack. This sudden fear may come without warning or without any obvious reason. Or a panic attack may happen when something reminds you of your trauma. During a panic attack, you may be afraid of dying or afraid of losing control of yourself. It may seem like things happening around you aren’t real. An attack usually lasts from 5 to 20 minutes but may last even longer, up to a few hours. You have the most anxiety about 10 minutes after the attack starts. You may have physical symptoms, including chest pain, a fast or pounding heartbeat, difficulty breathing, dizziness, shaking, or trembling, stomach pain or nausea, sweating, chills or hot flashes, or feeling like you’re choking.
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