Very unlikely. Concusssions do not cause panic attacks. The event that led to the concussion might cause anxiety or even post-traumatic stress disorder (ptsd), but that would be unlikely if 10 years have passed, unless you've had another trauma recently that brought back those memories. Most likely the two are unrelated. Anxiety with or without panic attacks is highly treatable. Seek help.
Hello, I was 150mg of Zoloft for over a decade for an anxiety disorder and it worked well for me. Last year I went down to 50mg and have been having lots of near panic attacks lately. There seems to be no trigger either. It's happening multiple times e
Physical? This is challenging but workable both medically and psychologically. If one rules out abnormal blood tests with attention to thyroid, liver, and blood counts, then consider several options for alleviating anxiety and near panic. Charting times, environment, activity, thoughts and feelings for a week, and/or doing brief breathing or relaxation techniques 2x/day, and weekly therapy to start.
I had banged my head hard roller skating in late 1989. Never got checked for a concussion. Four years later, early 1994, I started experiencing depression, panic attacks, anxiety. I've been going thru these symptoms on and off since.?
Anxiety. Apprehension about traumas is not uncommon. Consult your doctor to further evaluate symptoms.
How hard? How significant was the head injury? Significant head injury can predispose to anxiety, obsessiveness, depression, irritability, anger and decreased judgment. Dr. Ali's recommendations are sound, please get evaluated for these problems.
Panic attacks can. Develop rapidly ; include: marked anxiety; rapid, pounding heart beat; chest tightness or pain; shortness of breath with hyperventilation; hot or cold flashes; a sense of butterflies in the stomach, nausea or even vomiting; tingling of mouth or extremities; increased sweating; feeling faint or lightheaded; headache or shaking. There may be difficulty swallowing or tight throat; a sense that you.
Have chronic anxiety disorder, have pain and tense feeling in temples which has brought panic attack and derislisation on, is this normal so scared?
Typical of anxiety. People are sometimes most afraid when there is no objective threat. If your experiences as you've described them stem from an anxiety disorder, the disorder itself is the problem and not something else--like a disease. A panic attack can include physical and psychological symptoms that can be terrifying (even though there is no real danger). Treatment is often very helpful. Keep practicing!
Yes and no. Yes this is not unexpected in anxiety disorders, but no, it is not normal. By your desciption, you are not receiving adequate treatment. Effective treatment will reduce your anxiety at least 50% if not more. Limited intrusio of untoward anxiety into your life. A combination of medication and learning stress management techniques will give you the ability to lead a 95% normal life.
Safe. Ones without a decongestant added such as claritin, (loratadine) Allegra or zyrtec.
Is it possible to get pregnant with anxiety disorder? Will it affect the baby everytime illhave panic attack and obssesive thoughts?
Pregnancy fine. Baby should be fine.
Fertile. There is no correlation between you having a mental illness and your fertility. So, yes, of course you can get pregnant with panic disorder. Having anxiety will not affect the baby.
Safe. Anxiety diosrders are among the most common emotional problems people deal with, so if these disorders were incompatible with safe pregnancy we might see a population decline. That said, excessive anxiety may interfere with preparation for parenthood and should be treated with psychotherapy. Some medications can also be safely used while pregnant, but best to avoid that route if possible.
Am I suffering with anxiety disorder? I've only had one panic attack but I've been having continuous anxiety attacks, for long periods of times.
Cause > Conditioning. Jessica, You have described an anxiety disorder and the best treatment is by hypnotic methods. Find a professional who is trained in hypnotic treatment. You can have immediate, lasting relief and if you fine someone trained in Subliminal Therapy, you will probably eliminate the problem altogether. Search on www. Stii. Us for someone. Meds can help but only mask the symptoms, don't treat the cause.
Anxiety/panic. Anxiety is a very common problem, often due to the daily stresses of life. There are many things that may help, including learning ways to calm yourself, such as meditation, yoga or other exercise, or talk therapy with a trained specialist. Also, be sure to get adequate sleep. Avoid stimulants like caffeine and nicotine, which make anxiety worse. Practice your hobbies. Consider trying medication.
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Panic attacks can. Develop rapidly ; include: marked anxiety; rapid, pounding heart beat; chest tightness or pain; shortness of breath with hyperventilation; hot or cold flashes; a sense of butterflies in the stomach, nausea or even vomiting; tingling of mouth or extremities; increased sweating; feeling faint or lightheaded; headache or shaking. There may be difficulty swallowing or tight throat; a sense that you >.
I have generalized anxiety disorder and panic disorder, so I frequently have panic attacks in school. Any tips on what to do?
Panic. Best is breathing exercise. This is done thru closing your eyes & breathing slowly while counting numbers. I can give you details of how to do those exercises if you want to e-mail me request, due to limited space here to write down. These exercises can abolish panic attacks in 5 mins. & can be done anywhere. Also, meditation & medications can help in between flights.
Knowledge & Action! Panic is fueled by oxygen. When panicking u r getting too much! So try 2slow ur breathing! Better yet, 2keep more carbon dioxide in ur system: cup ur hands & breathe in/out thru them. Do learn about panic. Some self-help strategies: http://bit. Ly/xjnhyf psychoeducation & cognitive behavioral therapy (cbt) can help u learn 2manage & even overcome panic & anxiety. Impt: see ur pcp 4physical workup.