Will an inhaler help with your panic attacks when you can't breathe?
No, it will only make it worse, because the inhaler will raise your heart rate, open your airways and increase your blood pressure. If you hyperventilate during a panic attack, try breathing into a paper bag and start learning different breathing techniques to help bring your breathing and heart rate down to normal.
You may be talking about a panic attack. It can be very frightening. If it happens once or twice, it is probably nothing to worry about. If it is an ongoing problem it would be best to seek medical advice. The fear (or phobia) of small spaces is called claustrophobia and can also produce similar symptoms or bring on panic attacks.
just try to relax if you have an attack call 911 but if you have trouble breathing in its not asma its acually your vocal chords and all you can do their is relax asma is when you have trouble breathing out whoever wrote this is stupid.....asthma is when u cant breathe in or out. im dying right now u prick and u say i dont have asthma
Yes it is water vapour is a gas because a gas is two things 1. Things that people here on earth breathe in (Air) or 2. a non-breathable substance that people on earth cant or don't breathe in (for examle steam people don't breathe) So yes it is a gas we cant breathe and most of the time u cant see it! (This was written by a 11 year old boy)
Well first off you should see a doctor to be certain it is a panic attack that you are having. He or she will be able to provide proper treatment. There are certain common symptoms associated with panic attacks. They can include racing heartbeat claustrophobia tingling in the fingers and toes dizziness difficulty breathing feeling like you are going to die nausea Even though the symptoms may seem severe panic attacks are not fatal. However…