Audio Bible Meditations: Scriptures Dealing With Worry, Fear, Stress, And Anxiety
You may enter a crowded store, or an airport, and suddenly are overcome with dizziness, trouble breathing and chest pains. You may feel unnaturally afraid all of the sudden, and in mortal danger. You are not alone. Between 6.5 – 10% of Americans have been diagnosed with Panic Disorder, which means the individual has suffered more than one panic attack within a period of time.
In most cases the reasons behind these attacks can be distinguished and the panic sufferer can begin to build towards a solution. Prevention Works As with any other type of attack, the best thing for a nocturnal panic attack is prevention. Anyone who experiences frequent nocturnal panic attack episodes should begin to question their nightly regiment before they go to bed.
Although panic attacks may seem to be random to some, there are actually a great number of factors and biochemical processes that occur during a panic attack that make it anything but chaotic at the outset. The human body actually reacts in a set number of stages, all of which help prepare the body and train it how to react.
This anxiety can be related to anything, the attacks are not just limited to major stressful events or concerns. Anxiety over a party, a loved one, even anxiety over what clothes to wear can cause an anxiety panic attack. One of the key features of an anxiety panic attack is the focus of the attack. When a person experiences such panic, usually the panic has a central trigger.
The depressing effect of alcohol can lead to more frequent occurrences of panic. It can also lead to an increased chance of causing depression, which can just cause more problems for any panic sufferer. In some cases the excess consumption of alcohol can be one of the main causes of frequent panic attacks.
These sources are here to offer assistance, not make money, so their information is generally accurate because it is in their best interest for it to be. Who Not to Trust Do not trust those organizations offering information on panic attacks that have little to no actual credentials. If they claim to be doctors, check them out with a medical organization.