by Chris Skinner
I have lived with anxiety disorder and panic disorder at various times in my life. When I get scared, this stimulates my fight or flight response giving my body a temporary adrenaline rush to either defend myself or run away.
Anxiety can cause tension, feelings of extreme worry, and physical sensations such an increase in blood pressure. Anxiety disorders are characterized by recurring intrusive thoughts/concerns. Some people avoid situations, which cause physical changes like sweating, trembling, feeling dizzy, or an increased heart rate.
Panic disorder feels like I’m having a heart attack
It comes with vertigo, and a … Read more...