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Causes Of Separation Anxiety
NO: A heart murmur is a condition related to abnormal flow of blood through one (or more) of the heart valves. Anxiety can cause or worsen different abnormal heart rhythms, which in turn can increase the heart murmur. Example: anxiety can cause increased heart rate and in turn worsen a murmur. So the short answer is no, but anxiety can certainly make an underlying murmur more apparent. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
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
Can me crying cause miscarriage? Can me crying and having these anxiety attacks cause still born or hurt my baby? Can crying affect development?
Developmental transi: Infants, between 9 and 12 months of age, are able to maintain visual representation of objects when the objects are hidden. This developmental transition extends to primary attachment figures. The awareness of the primary caregiver's absence leads to anxiety-so called separation anxiety. This is a normal developmental transition and typically pass within a few months. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No. : The main risk of anxiety disorders to pregnancies comes from 1. Medications given to treat the anxiety, and 2. The threat of some mothers wanting to harm themselves when they have other associated psychiatric symptoms. Having anxiety alone isn't known to cause a problem with pregnancy. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Currently suffering from depression and the anxiety that goes with it. Ii i cure my depression will the anxiety go away as well?
Can built up stress and worry cause panic attacks and feelings of detachment that will eventually go away?
Panic: Yes, consultation with a mental health professional, or your Dr would be advisable to diagnose properly and find the underlying cause. Best of lucks ! ...Read more
How can my severe TBI from infant abuse still affect me today? I.E: Impulse control, Irrational behavior, anxiety, etc.. how can I stop it or treat it
Discuss with doctor : Recommend starting by seeing your primary care doctor for a complete examination and appropriate testing as needed. Based on the findings your doctor may recommend referral for further evaluation to either a neurologist, psychiatrist and/or other mental health specialist for treatment. You may have more than one medical condition contributing to your current presentation. Hope this helps. Best. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm experiencing some anxiety and mild panic attacks. Is it possible that this can eventually go away, or am I stuck with it forever ?
May subside or...: Your description of mild anxiety and some panic attacks suggests a very treatable condition with good prognosis. Two step process: 1) find a psychotherapist to help review your history and symptoms and 2) get a standard physical with primary care provider to rule out any physical contribution to anxiety like thyroid, blood pressure, and labs like metabolic profile and blood counts. ...Read more
My grandma suffers from depression & anxiety. She visited a psychiatrist but problem persists. Appetite unstable, disturbed, etc. How do we treat her?
Work w/psychiatrist: Visiting a psychiatrist only 1 time will not allow your grandma to receive the full benefit she needs. Sometimes different medications have to be tried -- and combinations of those sometimes too -- before the person starts to feel better. Please don't lose hope, and tell the psychiatrist what you're noticing about your grandma. Your observations will help him/her adjust treatment as needed. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Let me guess: You're taking lyrica (pregabalin) & now you're irratable & anxious. So the answer is probably yes: lyrica (pregabalin) causes irratability & anxiety in YOUR case. Only way to know for sure is to stop it to see if irratability & anxiety go away & then restart it to see if they come back. Only way to know if they'll go away with continued use is to keep taking it & see. There is no crystal ball about these issues. ...Read more
Can a vagal reaction cause rapid heart rate? Why does it continue to happen? Treatment? And no, I do not suffer from depression or anxiety attacks :)
Yes: While most users find marijuana to be calming, some have the opposite reaction of feeling anxiety after using it. Those effects generally only last a few hours (but it can feel much longer), though it make take several days for all traces of marijuana to leave your system. If you're still anxious a long time after use then it may be a form of ptsd. Emdr & other techniques may help. See comment:. ...Read more
How does adolescent anxiety work? How does it effect teen boys? Does it basically mean teens are more prone to anxiety and it'll go away in adulthood?
Anxiety is treatable: I think you mean anxiety which gets in the way of everyday functioning at school and/or socially. Anxiety disorders are in part genetic, so it's not your fault. Teen boys and girls can develop bad anxiety causing avoidance, isolation and even depression. Boys may be less likely to ask for help. Speak to parents, school psychologist, social worker, but know you're not alone. See: https://secure02.kidshealth.org/teen/your_mind/problems/anxiety_tips.html Hope this helps. ...Read more
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