Anxiety Attack Management with xanax
September 8, 2013 in Percocet by
Do you experience unnecessary fears with raging heartbeat and/or difficult breathing? Are you daydreaming or imagining something catastrophic to happen, have scary thoughts like seizure, heart attack? Are you often worried about your own or loved one’ death or feel an impending sense of doom?
Getting into panic whenever faced by new problems or new situations? Are you afraid and going crazy? Are you excessively nervous at times, have difficulty in concentrating; have stomach problems, dizziness or uncontrollable sweating? It is likely that you are suffering from anxiety disorders and getting “anxiety attacks”.
All people experience fear and anxiety. Fear is an emotional physiologic and behavioral response to a recognized external threat. Anxiety is an unpleasant emotional state that has a less clear source. As such, anxiety indicates the presence of psychological conflict.
Every person has a personal threshold for what he or she can handle in a given situation. Some people have a lower threshold due to their genetic makeup or past experiences. If pushed past this threshold by events, these people feel stressed, even overwhelmed, and can easily have anxiety attacks.
It could be that you are one among so many others getting those “anxiety attacks”. There are many reasons why you get them. An anxiety attack is your response to stress, such as the breakup of an important relationship or exposure to a life-threatening disaster or even a kind of lifestyle one leads or is forced to lead.
It can take some time for an anxiety disorder to develop. It presents none, or very few, symptoms until the disorder has developed fully.
Management of anxiety
Management of anxiety disorders or the short-term symptomatic relief of symptoms of excessive anxiety is now possible. Please note that anxiety or tension associated with the stress of everyday life usually does not require treatment With Alprazolam (xanax) management