Panic Disorder and Trauma

Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder that is characterized by sudden attacks of panic and fear.  Panic attacksmay occur suddenly without a known reason, but more frequently they are triggered by fear producing thoughts or events. Symptoms of panic attacks include increased heartbeat, strange chest sensations, dizziness, shortness of breath and anxiousnessPanic disorder is believed to be an abnormal activation of the body's hormonal system. Treatment includes cognitive behavioural therapy, using exposure to effect symptom reduction and use of medication. Trauma is a disordered psychical or behavioral state resulting from severe emotional, mental stress or physical injury. Traumatic event leaves psychological symptoms long after any physical injuries have healed. It usually occurs after extremely stressful event, such as natural disasters, wartime combat or sexual or physical abuse; its symptoms even include depression, flashbacks, anxiety and recurring nightmares.

  • Heart Attacks
  • Brain Abnormalities
  • Blunt Trauma
  • Sexual Trauma
  • Psychological Trauma

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