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Anxiety / Panic Attacks

It is normal to feel anxious occasionally. People usually feel anxious when faced with difficulties at work, taking an important step or writing a test. But the anxiety attack is different. Living a normal life will become difficult due to resulting stress. The worry and tension become over the top with nothing triggering it. This is a severe mental disorder. This type of worry overwhelms and disables people suffering from them.

 

Cases of anxiety disorders are post-traumatic stress disorder, tension, obsessive-compulsive stress.

 

People facing panic attacks have a constant and a sudden feeling of fear. Social fear attacks are characterized by consuming fear and self-consciousness on daily social happenings. Most phobias come from being scared of things or situations like flying or heights. Antidepressants and counseling are the common treatment used.

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Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders

 

Although the cause of an anxiety attack is not known, like other mental diseases, anxiety attack doesn’t come from weakness, character flaw or poor family background. Research undertaken by researchers proves that these illnesses come from many factors that also arise from changes in the brain and environmental stress.

 

Symptoms of these anxiety attacks are:

 

Some depression forms are quite different and grow according to some conditions like:

 

  • Feeling of tension, nervousness or fear.
  • Choking feeling
  • A Sleeping problem
  • Wet or cold palms and feet
  • Pain in the chest
  • Short breath
  • Heavy and abnormal heartbeats
  • Heart palpitation
  • A problem being still or calm
  • Dry throat
  • Muscular tension
  • Nausea
  • A numb or tingling feeling in the feet and hands
  • Dizziness