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Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more
Symptoms: heart sinking, nrrvousness anxiety loss of gocus panic attacks depression restless leg syndrome psychosomatic pain anger. Meds advice.
More like a mix.: The first three often are used interchangably, though they differ. One can feel "stressed, " which usually means worried and anxious, but stress also makes people worried and anxious. One could be worried without necessarily being anxious. Panic attacks, though, are a different level. They are a specific reaction to anxiety to which some people are vulnerable and others are not. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Triggers for anxiety: Vary widely from person to person. Sometimes a trigger is a conditioned response to a person, place, or thing we've been around when we felt anxious and then it becomes a trigger later. Fear of having an anxiety attack becomes the real issue. A clinical psychologist can help you manage this. Peace and good health. ...Read more
I'm suffering with frequent panic attacks. Are symptoms restlessness, rising hr, palpitation, uneasiness?
Question to vague: If you are looking for symptoms that can differentiate the two disorders i suggest going on epocrates or webmd which will help. Their is not enough space to fully answer this question here. Both can be stand alone diagnoses or part of some larger diagnosis. I would suggest seeing your family dr. And go over the symptoms. Their are many rating scales that can be found on the web. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anxiety & Panic: Many people experience physical symptoms with anxiety. These include heart pounding, rapid heart rate, a feeling of chest oppression & difficulty getting breath, dizziness, etc. They go to the er fearing a heart attack. Usually heart exams and diagnostic studies do not reveal cardiac disease, and anxiety is diagnosed. It's good to check out physical concerns, and also to treat anxiety. ...Read more
Diagnose cause first: Anxiety and racing thoughts can be psychological or physical in origin. The symptoms could be part of hyperthyroidism or other medical issues. If you have no history of anxiety or depression, include your primary care physician in the evaluation to rule out medical causes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Physically, no, even: though the symptoms can be frightening. Many people have only one or two panic attacks in their lifetimes. If yours recur & you worry about having another one, you may have Panic Disorder. Panic attacks also occur within the context of other psychiatric disorders. If yours recur & you do not seek treatment, you can develop specific phobis that cause harmful impact to your daily functioning. ...Read more
35M with good EKG. Doc prescribed 10mg citalopram for anxiety and cardio phobia. Heard can cause heart attack&death. Scared. Echo stress lipids good.
Apart from Meds...: Suggest finding clinical psychologist who is anxiety specialist - someone who (a) uses behavioral & cognitive-behavioral techniques, esp. To help u build skills to gain control of anxiety/panic; (b) uses experiential & mindfulness techniques to help u identify & experience ur emotions as u're feeling them; & (c) uses techniques that trace roots of ur feelings & explore patterns in ur relationships. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
cn nightmares cause heart attack? 22, no history of heart probs, frequent anxiety panic attacks, insomnia,
BP normal, blood glucose normal, ECG irreg
Possible side effect: If the dizziness is new to you, stays or worsens or has new additions tell your prescribing Dr ASAP. No cause to think of embolism here. Consider Tx for the anxiety if it is freq or chronic. Here's signs of the concern you have: http://www.medicinenet.com/pulmonary_embolism/page3.htm#what_are_the_signs_and_symptoms_of_pulmonary_embolism Don't fret - it will make it worse. Ask your Dr for answers. ...Read more
Heart palpatations, occasional chest pain, mild panic attacks, irritable, overeating and lack of concentration/motivation. Why?
Stress: Life is full of stress. You have symptoms that are all attributable to stress. Relaxation techniques, transcendental mediation, yoga, self-hypnosis, spiritual counseling, psychotherapy - all can help. Sometimes meds are useful. As a starter, look at this site: http://www.dawnbuse.com/relaxation.htm Good luck, Lucy. ...Read more