Generalized Anxiety Disorder

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Laugh all you want but I can’t help it! I’m addicted to finding out as much as I can on anxiety disorder: generalized symptom sufferers.

You’d think, by the frequency with which I trawl for info on anxiety disorder: generalized symptom sufferers that I’d die if I go a single day without reading about it. I probably won’t — but here’s another write-up I think you’ll like.

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Anxiety Disorder Generalized Is Most Common

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There are different kinds of anxiety disorder.  Generalized is the most common.  This kind of anxiety manifests as extreme anxiety, worry and tension.  The sufferer feels this level of anxiety, worry and tension all the time.  It is believed more women suffer from the generalized condition than men.  For a medical professional to diagnose this disorder the person must experience this level of anxiety for half a day over a period of six months or more.   This disorder is so severe it prevents the person from living a normal life.  The person is fully aware there is absolutely no reason for this feeling of intense anxiety and fear but he or she can’t control it.  Finally the sufferer will appear to lose interest in normal life.

It is important to note certain statistics when dealing with anxiety disorder.  Generalized almost certainly means around ninety percent of sufferers have abused alcohol or drugs.  They are also likely to have a background of social anxiety or depression.  It is not known conclusively if the disorder could stem from substance abuse.  However, it is known the disorder can start at a young age.  There is a belief that the condition is highly likely to be genetic.  There are a number of very uncomfortable symptoms sufferers have to deal with.  These symptoms are – muscle tension, flushes, frequent urination, sweating, dizziness, trembling, nausea, headaches and dry mouth.
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Panic Anxiety Attacks Need Care

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Panic anxiety attacks can be frightening.  The person feels such a high level of anxiety that he or she loses control.  Having panic attacks does influence life in a negative way.  It’s not fully understood why this happens to certain individuals.  However, this is a disorder that is treatable.  If you suspect you may be suffering from anxiety attacks then it is important you seek help.  The sooner you do the sooner you can start treatment that will minimize or cure you of the attacks.  Those who suffer from these attacks know that feelings of anxiety suddenly sweep over them without any warning.  This can be so severe it turns into panic.  For the people around them, these attacks are frightening.  The sufferer can have palpitations, extremely fast breathing or being unable to breathe.  Even though bystanders may feel helpless it’s important to remain calm and speak to the person under attack in a calm manner.
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Panic Anxiety Attacks – Symptoms to Look For!

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Call me crazy but I still can’t stop looking up articles on panic anxiety attacks. Then again, you know how hung up I am on panic anxiety attacks.

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Panic Attack Medication – Conventional Or Alternative?

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If you need help with panic attacks and are considering panic attack medication, you must be certain you do so under the care of a professional.  Choosing to use conventional medicine may take some time.  For most people who use medication to treat their condition it is a matter of trial and error.  Very few people are fortunate enough to find the medicine that works perfectly for them first time.  Most have to try a few before hitting on the right one.  Each person experiences the condition in his or her own unique way.  This means each and every person may need a different medicine.  You will need to be patient and not give up.  You should also prepare yourself to experience a variety of side effects if the medication isn’t right for you.  All this takes time, effort and money.

Panic attack medication need not be a drug.  There are alternative medicines available.  But once again, you must be under the care of an authorized professional.  These alternative medicines are usually completely natural.  Don’t be fooled because they are natural.  These are still very powerful plants and / or herbs.  Just like conventional medicine you have to take alternative medicine in the correct dosage.  There is no way you can experiment with alternative medication when it comes to a serious condition like panic attacks.  Whether you choose conventional or alternative you must get it from a recognized health professional.
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