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Anxiety

Anxiety Disorder relating to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder or PTSD

PTSD is an anxiety disorder that develops as a result of being confronted with the threat of, or actual death of, themselves or others, for example witnessing or being involved in a car crash or a war.

The main symptoms of PTSD are panic disorders and recurrent flash backs or nightmares.

PTSD does not play a relevant role in most anxiety...

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Anxiety Disorder relating to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD

OCD is the name given to the disorder that causes conscious or sub-conscious thought processes to control your actions compulsively.

These actions are said to be obsessive because they usually involve a normal action that is repeated over and over again forming what is described as a ritual.

These compulsions commonly include rituals such as...

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Prescription Medications

Medication can be a helpful short-term tool in reducing anxiety attacks for some people.

It can help reduce physical symptoms and get the body on a more even keel, particularly at the beginning of your recovery when symptoms are so debilitating that it is difficult to function. However, medication is not a cure-all or a lasting solution. It does not...

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Symptoms of a panic attack

The symptoms of a panic attack appear suddenly, without any apparent cause. They may include:

  • Racing or pounding heartbeat
  • Chest pains
  • Dizziness, light-headedness, nausea
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Tingling or numbness in the hands
  • Flushes or chills
  • Dreamlike sensations or perceptual distortions
  • ...
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Panic disorder

Panic disorder is a serious health problem. The disorder is strikingly different from other types of anxiety in that panic attacks are so sudden, appear to be unprovoked, and are often disabling.

Once someone has had a panic attack--for example, while driving, shopping in a crowded store, or riding in an elevator-- he or she may develop irrational fears,...

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