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Panic Syndrome: Tips to keep you together when a family member has the problem

Panic Syndrome: Tips to keep you together when a family member has the problem

In order to keep up with someone who has panic syndrome, family members need to understand everything about the subject. This is because lack of knowledge produces prejudice, and many understand panic syndrome as a wake-up call, or weakness. In reality, the syndrome is an extremely complex reaction to the non-specific alert system of the human brain that automatically acts to protect us from any threat. When there is a real threat it is natural for us to feel fear or panic.

Causes

But why can it happen when there is no reason for panic? There are a few situations: due to an overload of brain information (which may be related to stress), the brain area responsible for the alert system starts working automatically. The disorder would then be the stress that would lead to an overload of the entire brain system. Another explanation would be that there may be a real unknown threat, which we call a "silent" threat, as in the case of an organic disease not yet diagnosed, but which the warning system has already noticed and begins to send signals.

Importance of family support

Yes, it is possible to keep the family together when someone has panic syndrome, including support and understanding of the family is of fundamental importance for the recovery of the patient. It is important to know and remember that this is a crisis produced by an automated region of the brain, therefore not conscious. If it is a non-conscious region, it is no use trying to convince the person in any way. But measures such as loosening clothes, an airy environment, emotional support, hydration, exercise to control breathing - breathing slowly and quietly - speaking softly and offering a suitable medication prescribed by the doctor, can help the person at this time. that does not speak to those who are in crisis?

One should not say that it will pass, that it is just a nervousness, that it is a freshness, that needs to be controlled, that it needs to be strong or related phrases to these.

What are the chances of him going back to what he once was?

The chances of recovering from Panic Syndrome with proper treatment are very high. big ones. The treatment naturally provides for a multiprofessional approach with the help of a psychiatrist, psychotherapy, treating other related diseases if they exist, and re-education in terms of quality of life to avoid situations of stress exhaustion. However, it is necessary to know that those who have already presented a panic situation are more vulnerable to presenting this situation again in life.


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