Panic and Anxiety

  • Neuroscience and the control of panic and anxiety.

    Author of “Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic” · February 5

    The part of the brain that can protect us from anxiety is like an umbrella. For it to protect us, we have to open it. Do you know how?

    Author of “Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic” · 11h ago

    I lately have have a constant high sense of anxiety which I worry about nearly everything. What should I do to calm down? I also have a high level of self-doubt.

    Inhibit the sympathetic nervous system (SNS). The amygdala releases stress hormones when it senses anything it is not used to. The stress hormones activate the SNS. When activated, the SNS increases heart rate, breathing rate, and causes tension. Just thinking of a threat can release stress hormones

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    Author of “Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic” · 1h ago

    Does existential anxiety get better or worse with age?

    It depends on how you use the time. If you adapt to knowing death is coming, the anxiety can be pretty much zero as it – death – is a fact of life. Coming to grips with that makes life really good, particularly if you can see life is not all about you. But not everyone is up to that. If you are, tak

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    Do youDo you think your upbringing as a child has a roll in developing Panic anxiety disorder or do you believe it’s hereditary or maybe both?

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    Author of “Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic” · 10h ago

    How are some people able to avoid panic in any situation by subconsciously, and sometimes deludedly, convincing themselves that everything is okay or will be okay?

    If we are in a situation where we cannot control the danger and also cannot escape it, we may freeze. That – the state of freeze – is what panic is. We are unable to think clearly and we are unable to take intelligent action. But panic occurs in situations where we believe we are in danger and we are

    Author of “Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic” · Fri

    Why can’t I get control of my anxiety? Why does the fear of the unknown only get stronger as I get older?

    In oujr teenage years, the idea of getting old and passing away is too far off. But as we matured, we realize we have to confront this. We worry about things that could cause our death. These thoughts cause alarm. The thoughts cause the amygdala to release stress hormones. The alarm is supposed to ge

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    Author of “Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic” · Fri

    Can panic attack or anxiety attack kill you? I am afraid to let myself feel anxiety symptoms because I fear if I get too overwhelmed that there’s no way to come back to sanity and I’ll hurt myself which will cause me to die. Why is this?

    In a state of panic, we freeze. We are temporarily unable to function. Though panic sufferers are told to do this or that, there is nothing a person can do until the panic subsides and function returns. When an attack is caused by something imaginary, being temporarily frozen may not be a problem. We

    Author of “Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic” · Tue

    How do you cope with daily stress and problems? What are some ways to not over stress&overwhelmed trying to deal with daily problems, how do you solve one problem/issue at a time and how do you handle stressful situations&problems the right way

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    Author of “Panic Free: The 10-Day Program to End Panic” · Tue

    How do you calm down when nothing seems to work?

    According to neuroanatomist Dr. Jill Bolte Taylor, from the moment a threat—or the thought that there is a threat—triggers the release of stress hormones, our ability to think clearly is impaired for about 90 seconds. During that time, executive function, our high-level thinking, doesn’t work well.

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