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. People who suffer from GAD expect the worst. They usually know theyre worrying way more than is necessary, but cant shake the feeling that something horrible is going to happen.
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Chaos, panic, disorder and Dr Tahirul Qadri – The Express Tribune Blog
Physical symptoms intensify the attack: sweating, racing heart, rapid pulse, feeling faint or as if one is choking, and-perhaps worst of all-the sense of “going crazy.” These attacks are a symptom of panic disorder , a type of anxiety disorder that affects some 2.4 million U.S. adults. The disorder most often begins during the late teens and early adulthood and strikes twice as many American women as men. No one knows what causes panic disorder, though researchers suspect a combination of biological and environmental factors, including family history (panic disorder seems to run in families), stressful life events, drug and alcohol abuse , and thinking patterns that exaggerate normal physical reactions. What happens, exactly? “We all physically respond to stress ,” says Barbara O.
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Under Pressure: What Is a Panic Attack?
In his press conference today, Dr Qadri said that he believes the government is taking revenge from him because he stood by the army while its media trial was taking place. He further added that he is against all the people who entered the boundaries of his house and no one was there to stop them. According to him , there are dead bodies lying outside his house, which the media isnt showing. He thinks that the media is portraying a biased picture by only showing the chaos. So, in other words, Dr Qadri is not only portraying himself as the victim but also accusing other institutions of working against his party. He stated that it was the government and police causing the disruption and not his party supporters. But I strongly disagree. No, Dr Qadri, your people are not in the right; you are not the victim here; your party is not the only one that has experienced losses.
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