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A panic anxiety disorder is characterized by the appearance of severe and sudden episodes of very intense symptoms such as accelerated heart beat, intense sweating, limb shaking, confusion, terror, the feeling of death imminence or craziness, sense alertness, pupil dilation, choking the impulse to run or scream and so on. If the cause of the panic attack is not in a life-threatening situation or in a specific medical ailment, then, the diagnosis could be anxiety panic disorder. Usually, before turning into anxiety panic disorder, any panic attack could be accidental and unique of its kind.

Normally, a panic attack reaches its peak intensity within a minute or two and then decreases to a state of normality over the next thirty minutes or next several hours. The specificity of an anxiety panic disorder comes from the frequency of the attacks, usually of an unequal intensity. Thus, one gets to suffer from several such anxiety bouts every month, which is enough to feel terrorized and threatened all the time, thus worsening the condition and deepening the fear.

Most patients of anxiety panic attack disorder are women between twenty and thirty. The problem is less frequent in younger or older age groups; plus it is usually favored by a separation trauma experienced by the patient some time during childhood. The beginning of an anxiety panic disorder may be gradual or abrupt, meaning that you can start having symptoms some time in advance before the full anxiety bout, or the panic may strike you out of the blue.

In certain cases an anxiety panic disorder is so very difficult to diagnose because of the inconclusive medical evaluations. Lots of people thus spend weeks, months or years going from specialist to specialist, receiving all sorts of opinions and treatment options. Unless correct evaluation and diagnosis is made, the patient could go through a whole ordeal. On the other hand, many diagnosed patients start avoiding certain situations for fear of developing an anxiety episode.

Some of the situations or locations that sufferers from anxiety panic disorder avoid include social reunions, classes, meetings or church services, shopping malls, restaurants, airplanes, elevators and so on. If not treated right, an anxiety panic disorder may radically change a patient's life ruining day-to-day activities, causing depression and many other problems. Plus, the cases of self-medication, alcohol abuse and suicide are also related to the impossibility to cope with anxiety and its symptoms.


News About Anxiety And Panic


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
In her deeply personal debut memoir, Kugel recounts details of being in the throes anxiety, panic, depression and obsessive compulsive disorder throughout her childhood, adolescents and into adulthood, as she narrates a career in celebrity journalism ...

Gemma Oaten suffered PANIC ATTACKS after Emmerdale exit: 'I was an absolute state' - Express.co.uk
Posted on Tuesday April 25, 2017


Express.co.uk

Gemma Oaten suffered PANIC ATTACKS after Emmerdale exit: 'I was an absolute state'
Express.co.uk
Originally struggling to find work, the 32-year-old star told Express.co.uk that there was a time she questioned if she had made the right decision. She confessed: "This time last year, I'm very open, I was in an absolute state. I started having ...
Gemma Oaten suffered from panic attacks after her Emmerdale exitDigitalSpy.com

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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
In 1947, W.H. Auden published a very long poem that, despite winning a Pulitzer Prize, is now remembered less for its contents than for its title: “The Age of Anxiety.” Something about the idea that an age can be anxious must resonate deep in America's ...

How to manage anxiety by a therapist who experienced panic attacks - The Independent
Posted on Wednesday April 12, 2017


The Independent

How to manage anxiety by a therapist who experienced panic attacks
The Independent
It is estimated that one in four people will experience a mental health issue each year and almost five per cent of people will experience anxiety. There is also widespread thought that, as a generation, we are more anxious than ever. In the press ...

Gemma Oaten suffered anxiety attacks after Emmerdale exit - Metro
Posted on Wednesday April 26, 2017


Metro

Gemma Oaten suffered anxiety attacks after Emmerdale exit
Metro
After leaving the Dales, she admits that the initial lack of work coming in left her feeling deeply anxious and suffering panic attacks. Speaking to the Express, she confided: 'This time last year, I'm very open, I was in an absolute state. I started ...

 

 
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