Beating Anxiety



SOMETHING MOVES IN THE DARK | Anxiety Lost Night





Even though studies are usually made only on adults (over 18 years old), this disorder affects all age groups. We all blame it on stress, too much work load or other over pressuring day to day activities. However, the scientists have found out the cause of anxiety attacks are: Brian Biochemistry or chemical imbalance There are two primary neurotransmitters; serotonin and dopamine, that affect a person’s feeling. 

This method utilizes visualization, breathing and relaxation techniques to fend off the symptoms of a panic attack when they occur. Another option that some sufferers choose to help control panic attack symptoms is to actually face the fears. For some, gradually confronting the situations that cause panic can help eradicate them. 

If an anxiety attack is not handled properly, the heart takes punishment first and other bodily organs follow. The brain dedicates its energy elsewhere, the lungs work harder, the heart pumps faster, and the blood thins due to lack of cellular support. Effectively a panic attack is a multi-system attacker as oppose to being just about one organ or bodily system. 

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. 

Any number or combination of a number of things can help anxiety attacks from taking over your life. An anxiety attack is a sudden rush of physical and mental discomfort or trauma caused by unknown or known sources. Panic attacks could be generated through bad traffic, a stressful morning, or nothing at all. 

Before fear sets in, you are likely to experience one or more symptoms of anxiety which lead you to the fear. Chest pain due to a racing heart, shortness of breath, and dizziness are all symptoms you may experience before the fear sets in. In the end, any uncomfortable sensation that is realized which makes you become fearful for your life is considered a symptom of anxiety, and therefore should be treated as such until you can confirm your suspisions.