What we felt during a crisis of panic? During a crisis of panic can come to feel the following symptoms: palpitations, elevation of heart rate, sweating, tremors, shaking, shortness of breath, a feeling of choking, tightness or discomfort in the chest, nausea, dizziness, instability, feeling of numbness, chills or gasps, perceiving things or himself of fashion strange, and finally, fear of dying, going crazy or losing control. For more information see this site: Ben Horowitz. Why the panic crisis originate? Once you feel danger for something (this danger can be real or imaginary) is active in our brain from ancestral times alarm system, which gives rise to arise some changes at the physiological level, in this way our body prepares for the escape or escape. Example of changes: adrenaline and noradrenaline released, increases the heart rate, it hiperventila, blood is concentrated in the parts of the body related to the flight etc. All of these changes We have been doing since immemorial times, have allowed us to survive as a species and reach to evolve. Now, what happens to the man of today? Once a herd of lions have been observed when they pursue a group of Gazelles, they run and normally the Lions capture the weakest. Once this happens the rest of Gazelles they remain quiet no more problem that graze and rest.
If we situacen to us humans present in the place of Gazelles do not stop running up to think that we are in a place where we will not see Lions in several kilometres. To be in the African Savannas, we can conclude that those sites are therefore very scarce, we do not stop running and worrying about who will be the next of the herd in being caught, how will happen etc. Many of the dreaded sensations that we have in a crisis of panic have their real causes, for example: dizziness is nothing more than cervical tension since it decreases the supply of blood to the head by the hyperventilation, shortness of breath is a consequence of the increase of oxygen in the blood also by hyperventilation, the tachycardia or palpitations originate when we are in danger, real or imaginary, that the heart beats more than hurry to bring more blood to the areas involved in the reaction of alarm so that they can function effectively.