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2014-06-17 10:16:41

BMJ-British Medical Journal Symptoms can be severe and disabling, but frequently misdiagnosed and inconsistently treated A debilitating syndrome that causes an excessively rapid heartbeat on standing up, predominantly affects young well educated women, and blights their lives, because it is so poorly understood and inconsistently treated, reveals a small study published in the online journal BMJ Open. Postural tachycardia syndrome, or PoTS for short, is a by-product of orthostatic...

2014-04-17 23:10:15

New e-booklet by Nashville therapist Bonnie Lenihan tells how to end panic disorder, a typically chronic and debilitating condition, by eliminating what causes it. Nashville, Tennessee (PRWEB) April 17, 2014 Nashville therapist Bonnie Lenihan announced today's launch of "How to End Panic Disorder: A Simple Guide," a trailblazing new e-booklet that untangles the mystery of what causes panic disorder and lays out simple steps for resolving it. Written for persons who have...

2014-02-25 23:36:40

Bridges to Recovery announces their program designed to fight anxiety disorder. Malibu, CA (PRWEB) February 24, 2014 Most people suffer from some form of stress every day, and many manage to cope with the short-term anxiety caused by these situations quite admirably. Once the situation is under control, the fear generally goes away, and life returns to normal. For millions of people, however, this is not the case. These people develop an Anxiety Disorder with symptoms that continue to be...

2014-02-13 23:28:15

According to Dr. Francine Rosenberg, we don't know precisely why some people develop panic disorder, but we know that that untreated panic disorder can become disabling. Parsippany, NJ (PRWEB) February 13, 2014 According to the National Institute of Mental Health, six million American adults suffer sudden and repeated panic attacks in any given year, a condition known as panic disorder. Panic attacks generally first occur in late adolescence or early adulthood but not everyone who has...

2014-01-30 11:05:43

Fewer than one in two children and young adults treated for anxiety achieve long-term relief from symptoms, according to the findings of a study by investigators from the Johns Hopkins Children's Center and five other institutions. Results of the federally funded research, to be published online Jan. 29 in the journal JAMA Psychiatry, underscore the importance of vigilant follow-up and rigorous monitoring of symptoms among anxious children, teens and young adults — even when they seem to...

2013-10-02 13:04:29

Reports new study in Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry A study published in the October 2013 issue of the Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry found that approximately one in three teens with bipolar disorder developed substance abuse, for the first time, during 4 years of follow-up. The study also identified several risk factors that predicted who among these teens was most likely to develop substance abuse. Using data from...

2013-06-10 23:04:55

Panic Attack Aid, the iPhone app which provides instant relief from panic attacks, is coming to Android phones very soon. UK (PRWEB) June 10, 2013 Today, Panic Attack Aid announced the upcoming release of the Android version of its popular iPhone app. This revolutionary new application is designed to provide instant calming relief to sufferers of panic and anxiety attacks ℠on the go´. Panic Attack Aid will be available to purchase on Android phones for $4.99. A free...

2013-06-04 23:27:21

Instant Panic Relief penned by Alex Taylor is a newly updated program that teaches panic sufferers how to stop panic attacks naturally, quickly and easily. In a full Instant Panic Relief review, Tony Nguyen from the site Vkool.com indicates if the program is useful to panic sufferers. Seattle, Wa (PRWEB) June 04, 2013 Instant Panic Relief penned by Alex Taylor is a newly updated program that teaches panic sufferers how to stop panic attacks naturally, quickly and permanently without drugs...

2013-05-14 23:32:02

Instant Panic Relief developed by Alex Taylor is the latest panic attack treatment system, which covers guides on how to stop panic instantly and easily. A full Instant Panic Relief review on the site HealthReviewCenter.com reveals if the system is worth buying. Seattle, WA (PRWEB) May 14, 2013 Instant Panic Relief developed by Alex Taylor is a new panic attack treatment system, which covers guides on how to stop general anxiety and panic attacks instantly and easily, and how to get a...

Specific Brain Region Plays Important Role In Reducing Anxiety
2013-03-07 09:13:26

April Flowers for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online A research team led by the Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) has found the first evidence that selective activation of the dentate gyrus, a portion of the hippocampus, can reduce anxiety without affecting learning. The findings suggest therapies targeting this brain region could treat certain anxiety disorders, such as panic disorder and post-traumatic stress syndrome (PTSD). These treatments, as described in the study, would...

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder
2013-07-25 15:07:54

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is an anxiety disorder with worry about normal, everyday situations such as finance, health and wellbeing in relationships (personal and work related) all lasting longer than six months. Symptoms The symptoms of GAD can include but are not limited to difficulty swallowing, rashes, shortness of breath, fidgeting, headaches, tension, nausea, etc. In order for GAD to be ruled as present, the symptoms and feelings must be experiences for at least six...

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