Is anxiety attacks and panic attacks and chronic anxiety disorder the same thing? Not that they aren’t the same. You can control this disorder? The good news is Yes. There is a technique. I want to go over, firstly, the symptoms that usually occur with an attack and then I’ll explain why mild anxiety becomes a chronic disorder. Let me reassure you there is a safe and practical way, you can control this condition.
Below I’ll cover some of the symptoms that occurs from the attack of anxietyand panic. The reason that an attack is so scary is because an episode will usually get mistaken for a heart attack or a stroke. The symptoms are very similar.
Symptoms of an anxiety attackand panic.
Rapid heart beat. Hot and cold desserts. Dizzy spells. Ringing in the ears. Fear of losing bodily functions. Tight throat and chest.
As a mild anxiety attack turns into chronic anxiety disorder?
The list of symptoms above are still the same symptoms of a experience with chronic anxiety disorder, the difference is when you have this disease symptoms above not only occur once or twice, that you live with this day in and day out. They are also much more serious. In fact anyone with chronic anxiety disorder can often have multiple attacks per day, imagine living your life in total fear every day.
The reason this condition get to this stage is because the soft panic attack get guilt out of stress or tension, usually not as confronting fear so let’s put things in the back of our mind hoping that we will all go away by your self. Very dangerous, because it won’t disappear by your self with help, he then usually manifests in mental disorders as well, I will list a few below.
Mental disorders that generallyfollow.
Paranoia. Depression. Anorexia. Bulimia. Fear of death. Hypochondriac. Afraid to leave the House.
Why we built attack of anxietyand panic.
One of the main reasons we panic in our lives is because we over react when faced with situations that we do not know how to control. Fear comes into our heads, if we do not have enough experience to take control, he then will turn into a panic situation developed.
What happens in our brains when we experience a bout of anxietyand panic.
Firstly the brain has many different sections that we will focus on just the 2 main sections to this exercise. The front section is where the rationalisation, the middle section is where our fear mechanism kicks in.
What happens when we experience fear is this, brainwaves get alternate facing the middle section, this creates panic, so that we can control the situation would have to know how to switch the Middle waves to the front of the brain. This is very easy if you know how to do it.
The average person cannot perform this exercise, unless you learn the technique. So, the answer is, yes you can cure chronic anxiety. But to do this you will have to learn how to change the front brain waves back instantly when a panic attack .