What is an anxiety disorder panic attack?
An anxiety disorder panic attack can change your life and the way you live it forever because of the way panic and anxiety simply “take over” the body. This brief article will take a closer look at the anxiety disorder panic attack and what effect it has on our lives, how we can handle it, and what it means in the long term.
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The basics of an anxiety disorder panic attack
Anxiety disorder affects about 13% of the world’s population, according to most objective world health sources. Anxiety disorders include panic attacks, fear disorders, and sleep disorders. Stress disorders affect more women than men by a difference of about 2 or 3 percent. Anxiety attacks appear for a reason, generally that the handling of life’s stressful situations is not adequate to help the body adjust. They appear to be random but normally are not. They appear to be without cause but normally have a very clear cause: stress.
An anxiety disorder panic attack will continue to occur only because the sufferer has not done enough to prevent it by not handling the stress properly and allowing other factors to interfere with normal stress management. 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.
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. First, getting a proper sleep on a regular basis is a key component to resting the body and helping it recover from the day’s events. Second, a proper diet gives the body the nourishment it needs to continue through the day and repair the cells, organisms and tissues that need to be repaired. Third, taking private time to yourself helps rejuvenate your spirit and quiet your heart. This is generally a philosophical point of view but it is known to help several people with their anxiety disorder panic attack and its symptoms.
The long term stress related problems that a panic attack can generate can be quite severe. 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. With such broad symptoms, the body definitely takes a lot of punishment from a panic attack. Take care to live a low stress, healthy, balanced life and panic attacks will be a thing of the past for you and your family.