While one is good and one is bad, they are both shrouded in mystery. They are both hard to describe. They can both be very intense.
Think about your last orgasm. Now describe it. You would probably start off mentioning some sort of build up leading to a release. Now describe it in more detail. Does the build up feel like an itch, a tingle, a tickle, or a tremble? Does the release feel like a rush, a wave, a flush, or a pulse?
Alright, I have to stop thinking about orgasms now or I’ll never finish this post. The point I am trying to make is that an orgasm is hard to describe. So is an anxiety attack.
So What Does an Anxiety Attack Feel Like?
One thing we know for sure is it doesn’t feel good. We are definitely not left feeling satisfied after having one. A common feeling associated with an anxiety attack is a racing heart. Other common anxiety attack symptoms are:
- Pounding Heart
- Pins & Needles
- Upset Stomach
- Urgent Desire to go to the Bathroom
- Blushing or Flushing
- Feeling of Impending Doom
There are many other feelings associated with anxiety attacks. It is estimated that as many as 1 in 5 Americans suffer from an anxiety disorder.
If you feel you may be suffering as I did, I urge you to explore your options. You do not have to live with anxiety. If you are asking yourself, what does an anxiety attack feel like, you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. My cure was magnesium. Counseling did not help. Support from my spouse was greatly appreciated but not the answer.
I started feeling better and appreciating my days after I began taking a daily magnesium supplement. I believe magnesium can prevent anxiety attacks. Whatever you choose, I wish you luck in your journey.