So what is panic disorder?
Panic disorder is a kind of anxiety disorder that triggers you to have abrupt panic attacks. The panic and anxiety attacks may occur anywhere whenever you want, even while you are asleep. You may commence to worry when the panic attacks will happen again. Your behavior may change, and you may well not want to go away with family and friends.
What is a panic and anxiety attack?
A panic attack is a period of strong dread or discomfort. You may feel as though something very bad is heading to happen but do not really know what it is. A panic attack occurs suddenly and usually continues about 10 minutes. That may occur anytime and without warning. You may also have following symptoms during an anxiety attack:
- Fast or pounding heart beat
- Sweating, moving, or trembling
- Shortness of breath or trouble inhaling and exhaling
- Feeling of choking or possessing a lump in your can range f
- Chest pain or discomfort
- Nausea or chest pain
- Feeling dizzy, unsteady, lightheaded, or faint
- Sense that you or the things around you are generally not real, or you are beyond your body
- Apprehension of losing control, heading crazy, or declining
- Pins and needles or a tingling sense
- Chills or hot flushes
What causes or improves my risk of stress disorder?
No-one knows for sure what causes anxiety attacks. You may have an increased risk of anxiety attacks if other family people have it. The subsequent may also increase your risk:
- Stressful events such as severe illness or harm, death of an adored one, or childhood stress such as physical or sexual abuse
- Chronic medical conditions such as bronchial asthma, lung disease, irritable intestinal syndrome, heart issues, or thyroid gland disease
- Other mental health conditions such as despression symptoms or another type of anxiety disorder
- Overprotective parents or parents who be anxious too much about their own health
- Drug or alcohol abuse