恐慌【名词】1. 恐慌，惊慌；【商业】(金融方面的)大恐慌; 2. (美剧俚)成功；热狂; 3. (俚语)非常滑稽的人[事、物];【及物动词】1. 使起恐慌; 2. (美剧俚)使狂热，使喝彩; 【不及物动词】极其惊慌;【1形容词】潘神的，牧人之神的; 【2形容词】1. 恐慌的，惊慌的; 2. (恐慌心理)没来由的，无谓的；过度的
acute, extreme anxiety with disorganization of personality and function; panic attacks are characteristic of panic disorder (see anxiety disorders) and may also occur in other mental disorders. panic disorder an anxiety disorder characterized by recurrent attacks of panic, episodes of intense apprehension, fear, or terror associated with somatic symptoms such as dyspnea, palpitations, dizziness, vertigo, faintness, or shakiness and with psychological symptoms such as feelings of unreality, fear of dying, going crazy, or losing control; there is usually chronic nervousness between attacks. It is almost always associated with agoraphobia and is officially classified as either panic disorder with agoraphobia or panic disorder without agoraphobia. This disorder does not include panic attacks that may occur in phobias when the patient is exposed to the phobic stimulus. homosexual panic a severe episode of anxiety due to unconscious conflicts involving sexual identity;
Extreme and unreasoning anxiety and fear, often accompanied by disturbed breathing, increased heart activity, vasomotor changes, sweating, and a feeling of dread. See: anxiety.
Extreme and unreasoning anxiety and fear, often accompanied by disturbed breathing, increased heart activity, vasomotor changes, sweating, and a feeling of dread. See: anxiety. [fr. G. myth. char., Pan]