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Panic Syndrome Causes Fear of Fear

Panic Syndrome Causes Fear of Fear

Generally extremely productive people tend to assume an excessive burden of responsibilities and very demanding of themselves, do not coexist well with mistakes and frustrations, tend to worry excessively about problems, create negative self-image, are perfectionists, and have a need to be in control of everything. The body and mind become exhausted because of stress and suffer from internal charges and worries. These two feelings end up nurturing the patient internally. They are a good example of how emotional disturbances can sacrifice the body.

During the panic crisis, the person becomes pale, with weak legs, excessive sweating, shortness of breath, chest pain, nausea, dizziness, and even palpitations, which leads one to think that he will die

Usually during the panic crisis, the person becomes pale, with weakness in the legs, excessive sweating, shortness of breath with chest pain, tremors, nausea, dizziness and even a palpitation in the heart, which leads one to think that he will die.

Any internal stimuli such as pain, noise, smell, dizziness, entering the subway, in a tunnel may refer to the situation of crises and trigger a new panic situation. Life begins to be limited, both socially and professionally. Some are no longer able to be alone or get into an elevator, be afraid to drive and no longer leave the house. This type of phobia has been termed "Agoraphobia," and prevents the person from staying calm without the presence of another individual.

Post-Traumatic Stress

After a robbery, kidnapping or accident, it is common to develop what we call stress post-traumatic stress disorder, which is closely linked to panic syndrome. Patients with this type of syndrome have a strong feeling that they will relive the situation at any time and have bad feelings about any fact that remembers the reason for their trauma.

Anxiety and depression are other pictures that are being related to the panic syndrome. In anxiety the person begins to generate a lot of energy in the mind, thoughts that do not exist and thus generate an internal agitation. These thoughts can return the mind to the past with phrases: When I lived in that house I was happier, if I had taken that course today would be better, at that time everything was better.

Or anticipatory anxiety (when we try to control what still it will happen): and if the gas is over, and if I get kicked out of the job, and if I do not pay my bills, and if someone I love dies, and if I die.

All those thoughts that do not there are are consuming an absurd energy and thus generating, insecurities, inner emotional charges, worry, nervousness, low esteem, and fears, which quickly turn into panic if they are not made.

In the next article, I will bring more information about panic syndrome and other disorders related to this disorder.


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