How Trauma Can Cause Anxiety

History of Anxiety Disorders

Trauma is generally defined as a deeply distressing or disturbing experience. Something terrible happens and the person involved has a strong reaction to it, likely centered around being anxious and protecting oneself. While uncomfortable, this is the body doing what it normally does to protect itself.

Anxiety

What is Anxiety?

Take a moment and hold your breath. Keep holding it. Soon your heart is hammering in your chest and your struggling to breathe. Your face is beet red and you feel as if you are losing control and you are going to die. Then you have an idea of what a panic attack feels like. This could help you identify a panic attack.

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How to deal with Acute Stress Disorder

Take a moment and hold your breath. Keep holding it. Soon your heart is hammering in your chest and your struggling to breathe. Your face is beet red and you feel as if you are losing control and you are going to die. Then you have an idea of what a panic attack feels like. This could help you identify a panic attack.

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Learn how to identify a Panic Attack | Acute Stress Disorder

How to identify a Panic Attack and the most common symptoms.

Take a moment and hold your breath. Keep holding it. Soon your heart is hammering in your chest and your struggling to breathe. Your face is beet red and you feel as if you are losing control and you are going to die. Then you have an idea of what a panic attack feels like. This could help you identify a panic attack.

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Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

The cause of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is fairly concise to define: the person either experienced or witnessed a life-threatening event.

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Panic Disorder – How to Tell, What to Do!

Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder where the person suffers from frequent, sudden, panic attacks. These may last for several minutes, some may be longer, and can happen anywhere.