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While normal in association with stressful circumstances, anxiety could become a health threat and problem when diagnosed as a disorder.

By anxiety disorder, specialists refer to a number of nervous ailments that are characterized by the appearance of sudden panic attacks and the constant discomfort of something lurking out there, threateningly.

Even if anxiety attacks are not a threat from a sheer biological point of view, they are very harmful if we consider the terror and what it can do to one's psyche. Most of the time, people who get to develop an anxiety disorder have in fact suffered from repeated panic attacks that caused a disabling condition eventually.

An anxiety disorder will most frequently develop in an individual who has some form of genetic predisposition or a hereditary sensitivity of the central nervous system. The panic attack appears only when such an individual becomes exposed to an external stressing element that is normally facilitated by traumatic events, extended stress, medical procedure or the use of drugs or prescription medication.

This means that people who have just gone through a very intense life experience that has marked them in a negative way, are prone to developing an anxiety disorder from an initial panic attack.

How does an anxiety disorder evolve from an accidental panic attack? Well, the first terrifying experience with all its symptoms, creates a sensitivity at the level of the central nervous system. Afterwards, the person is a lot more susceptible to external threats of a varied nature. It is common to start misinterpreting a pain in the chest as a symptom of a panic attack, and thus start another episode in the vicious circle of the anxiety disorder. Even if there is no external threat to justify the appearance of panic episodes, the person often starts fearing the anxiety symptoms as such and gives them rather catastrophic proportions.

The treatment for most anxiety disorder cases consist of behavioral and cognitive therapies meant to break the vicious circle in which fear of panic attacks causes panic attacks. The use of antidepressants or tranquilizers is just a temporary relief method and should not be used for long periods of time. In fact, such drugs are only available prescription based and will therefore involve constant medical observation. If other therapy forms are not used in parallel with drug administration, symptoms may very well return when the treatment is over and the anxiety disorder could thus progress to more severe forms.

News About Anxiety Disorders

America's New 'Anxiety' Disorder - New York Times
Posted on Tuesday April 18, 2017

New York Times

America's New 'Anxiety' Disorder
New York Times
Psychologically, we were steadily becoming more apprehensive than ever, with — according to the National Institute of Mental Health — 18 percent of people experiencing actual anxiety disorders in any given year. Generationally, the whole social ...

Jewish Author Recalls Anxiety & Panic Disorder with Profound Insight in New Book - The Jewish Voice
Posted on Tuesday April 25, 2017

The Jewish Voice

Jewish Author Recalls Anxiety & Panic Disorder with Profound Insight in New Book
The Jewish Voice
Journaling Fame by Allison Kugel (pictured above) aims to deliver an emotionally charged message about life with an anxiety disorder through a pop culture lens. In her deeply personal debut memoir, Kugel recounts details of being in the throes anxiety, ...

More than shyness: What it feels like to have social anxiety - Today.com
Posted on Tuesday April 11, 2017


More than shyness: What it feels like to have social anxiety
Social anxiety disorder affects an estimated 15 million Americans. New evidence shows that a gene that transports serotonin — a brain chemical that helps with stabilizing mood, appetite and sleep — was associated with the disorder, according to a ...

Adults with migraines have triple the prevalence of generalized ... - Science Daily
Posted on Wednesday March 29, 2017

Medical Daily

Adults with migraines have triple the prevalence of generalized ...
Science Daily
Generalized anxiety disorder is much more common among adults who have migraines than those without migraine, according to a new study. Many people ...
Migraines Tied to Increased Risk of Anxiety Disorder | Psych Central ...PsychCentral.com
Symptoms Of Migraine Headaches And Feeling Anxious: Risk For ...Medical Daily
Untangling the Association Between Migraine, Pain, & AnxietyMedscape
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