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Panic disorder

She is suddenly feeling tensed and fear. She is continuously rubbing her chest and saliva came out from mouth and she wider her eyes. She is suddenly fell down and after she is in absent mind for 10 minutes. She forgot what she is doing at that time. When we are asking her what happens exactly she is saying that she felt some fear and she want someone around her.
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Ms. Hema Sampath
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I think is seeking attention and expressing it through her fear and behaviours like those. Maybe from her perspective she is not loved the way she wanted. OR ,  she is tired in trying her expectations as love and care from some of ur family members. Think  or talk to her personally.
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If  u feel she is not cooperating for those,  Do rake her to a Psychological Counsellor in the city u live in and give her the space to express her feelings and emotions.
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Harisha N L
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Consult nearest psychiatrist as she require detailed counseling session and she may require medications such as SSRI or tricyclic antidepressants... With that fallow relaxation techniques like yoga, meditation,avoid alcohol, smoking, coffee, tea...have good sleep and develop healthy food habits..good luck.
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Ms. Sneha Bhat
Counselling Psychologist 3 yrs exp Bangalore
What you have described here could be an epileptic seizure. As you are predicting, it even could be a panic attack. In either cases she definitely needs attention from a specialist. Please consult a neurologist with priority & rule out any sort of imbalance in neuronal activity. You may follow it up with  a psychiatrist consultation if suggested by the neurologist. A pharmacotherapy could be followed up with psychotherapy if required to address the anxiety associated with the attack. Take Care.
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Consult a Neurologist with priority
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