How to spot and treat Panic disorder

How to spot and treat Panic disorder

Panic disorder that feeling to be intensely afraid: your heart races, your breath quickens, and you suddenly feel clammy with sweat. Those symptoms are challenging enough when the fear has an identifiable cause. Imagine how difficult they can be when they come out of nowhere, have no specific cause, and last for minutes at a time. That’s what a panic attack feels like.

The effects of a panic attack don’t end when the attack does. One of the worst parts about panic attacks is the concern that you’ll have another, potentially without warning. That sense of fear can affect a person’s life in many ways including the development of specific phobias, problems at work or school, depression and anxiety disorders, and financial problems.

But while we don’t know exactly what causes panic attacks and panic disorders, there are ways to manage them and reduce their severity.

One in 10 suffer from anxiety disorders, according to the Mental Health Association.

We all at times feel that we cannot cope.  If however this reach a stage where it impacts our day to day living in such a way that it is weighing you or the family down; you possible need professional support to finding your strength and core believes. I can be contacted at – life is so much better when you are emotionally secure; and helping you finding that balance is what I do best.Christel Maritz Psychologist


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