Panic Disorder - Definition

Panic disorder is a condition in which a person feels sudden over-whelming fright, usually without any reasonable cause. A panic attack is generally accompanied by physical symptoms, such as a pounding heart, sweating, and rapid breathing. A person with panic disorder may have repeated panic attacks and feel constant fear as to when the next attack will occur.

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