8 Things To Understand About Panic Attacks & How To Deal With Them

What does that mean? I get eight to 10 hours of sleep every night. I dont over-commit myself to plans or responsibilities. I use the word no. I try to eat healthy-ish. I go to the gym a couple times a week. I dont take hard drugs and I barely drink.
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Do you have Generalized Anxiety Disorder? | A Healthier Michigan

How could you not! You care about your work, family, friends and more, and certain situations or fears might keep you up at night. However, in some people, these seemingly natural concerns might actually be a serious issue for your health and well-being. Thats why its so important to know: When does everyday stress turn into anxiety that needs to be addressed? The answer is: When it becomes something called Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). GAD is characterized by persistent, excessive and unrealistic worry about everyday things. It affects 6.8 million adults, and women are twice as likely as men to have it.
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Panic disorder – Mental Health – C-Health

But in panic attacks, there is no actual threat to justify the response. Learn more about common panic attack symptoms . What are the causes and risk factors of panic disorder? A cause of panic disorder has not been conclusively proven, though genetics may affect your risk. Women and those in their 20s or 30s may be at higher risk, but panic disorder can happen to anyone at any age and can come out of nowhere or following a traumatic or stressful life event. How is panic disorder diagnosed?
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