Panic Disorder’s Symptoms

Panic disorder is an advanced mental condition where the individual finds themselves in a very anxious or panic stricken condition without having an actual reason to present these anxiety or panic disorder symptoms.

In other words, the individuals mind perceives a threat or danger which does not actually exist and thus send mental messages to the nervous system so as to alert it to this perceived danger and triggers the instinctual “fight or flight” response in the body which results in the release of a cocktail of hormones and stimulants such as adrenalin.

Now the body who is receiving this cocktail of stimulants and does not know why this is happening and thus a number of anxiety and panic disorder symptoms begin to manifest such as heightened apprehension, edginess, irritability, lack of concentration and eventually a mental state of panic.

This then causes a number of physical panic disorder symptoms such as increased heart rate, sweating, muscle tension and twitching, upset stomach and eventually heart palpitations and chest cramps which are very similar to those of a sufferer of a heart attack. It is for this reason that many of the suspected heart attacks in our emergency rooms of hospitals nowadays are attributed to anxiety or panic attacks.

But why is the mind causing these anxiety or panic disorder symptoms to manifest and bring on this very unpleasant anxiety or panic attack? Well what it all boils down to is that the mind has received incorrect programming and the subconscious has begun to use certain stimulus or situations as a trigger to activate the mental process for no apparent reason which should actually only be used in truly dangerous or threatening situations.

It is therefore pretty self explanatory that to be able to rid oneself of these anxiety and panic disorder symptoms effectively, you will need to take a closer look at your brainwave programming and where exactly it is that this programming went wrong.