Anxiety disorders in a Nutshell

Having suffered from Generalized anxiety disorder for decades, I experienced a variety of symptoms. I've had panic attacks, where I could find no relief. I was sure I was dyeing. I suffered constant worry, being constantly hyper vigilant, extremely self conscious. It interfered with my daily life. With my daily ability to function Fortunately, after... Continue Reading →

Seven Tips To Calming Your Child’s Anxiety Attacks

She’s trembling, she can’t breathe, and she’s hyperventilating, all at the same time. She panics, you panic. Welcome to the world of anxiety attacks. They can come on suddenly and without warning to people who suffer from anxiety. We went to a Medical Professional and he prescribed some medications which have helped. Not being a big... Continue Reading →

Panic Disorder Symptoms

Individuals with Panic disorder have feelings of terror and of fear that strike all of a sudden and over and over, regularly with no notice. The recurrence and seriousness of attacks and side effects can differ generally. An individual with this condition generally can't anticipate when an assault will happen, thus many create serious uneasiness... Continue Reading →

Panic Disorder Symptoms

People with panic disorder have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and repeatedly, most often with no warning. The frequency and severity of panic symptoms can vary widely. A person with this condition usually can’t predict when an attack will occur, and so many develop intense anxiety between episodes, worrying when and where the next... Continue Reading →

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