LIVING WITH ANXIETY (panic attacks w/agoraphobia) PL/ENG subtitles
Generally talking children out of their worrying can work wonders, but a trained mental health physician is usually the best prepared to encounter such a disorder. Children are taught to use positive self-talk instead of the discouraging words of worry and are taught to generate a dialogue with others to explore their feelings.
However, any panic sufferer will attest to the immense feeling of anxiety that accompanies an anxiety panic attack; as if there is nothing in the world that can help you, unfortunately it is one of the major common symptoms that mark an attack. The good thing about an anxiety panic attack, if it can be said there is one, is that in most cases they can be controlled.
Anxiety is also closely related to (but not the cause of) a condition called mitral valve prolapse or MVP. Panic attacks generate a common human response to danger: the “fight or flight” response. This was said to evolve from early human types that either fled danger or took it on if they could.
They also include: shaking, twitching, trembling, hot flashes, chills, “rubber legs”, tingling in extremities, difficulty sleeping, unpredictable sleeping patterns, body tension, aches and pains, sweating, clamminess, and stomach problems such as nausea or “butterflies”. There are also emotional signs including: fearfulness, a feeling of terror, insecurity, incredible self-consciousness, irritability, apprehension, dread, a desire to escape, a feeling you are going to perish, and other frightening emotions.
The Cause The cause for a panic attack is not usually obvious, but it is something that is generally “normal” as a part of a regular stressful modern life. The development of a panic attack disorder is usually associated with a lack of proper coping skills more than it is a brain function or a biological illness as the idea behind panic is a poor management of stressful situations.
Factors like a poor diet, little to no exercise, and insufficient stress relief can all add up to bigger problems. In a general sense, anxiety attacks can be treated only through treating the individual symptoms. The essence of a stress-related attack is deeper than the symptoms, however. Cures There are many ways to cure the panic attacks in your life and all of them are related to eliminating or handling the stress that you have.