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1,323 Possible Causes for Panic Disorder

  • Menopause

    Panic Disorder Panic disorder during menopause can become a very debilitating symptom for many women.[] Panic disorder consists of significant and debilitating emotional episodes characterized by sudden and overwhelming fear and anxiety.[] Because of the hormonal fluctuations occurring inside the menopausal woman’s bodies, several physical and psychological effects take place, such as panic disorder.[]

  • Depression

    It’s common for people to have other medical or mental health problems along with depression, such as anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, phobias, and[] disorder or social phobia Family conflicts, relationship difficulties, and work or school problems Social isolation Suicidal feelings, suicide attempts or suicide Self-mutilation[] Other common co-occurring disorders with Depression (also called comorbid disorders) include: Anxiety disorder s (Social Phobia or Panic Disorder ) Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder[]

  • Panic Attacks

    […] and subthreshold panic disorder.[] Panic disorder is a common mental health condition, but little is known about panic disorder in non-Caucasian populations.[] […] for panic disorder; service use: 32.5% for panic attacks, 74.5% for panic disorder).[]

  • Hyperventilation

    KEY WORDS: panic attack, respiration, anxiety disorder, ventilation.[] Increased rates of several psychiatric disorders have been reported in PNES, including anxiety and panic disorders.[] In addition, elevated levels of carbon dioxide have been demonstrated to induce panic symptoms in a majority of patients with panic disorder.[]

  • Neurotic Disorder

    METHOD: A cohort of 210 people seen in general practice psychiatric clinics with a DSM-III diagnosis of generalized anxiety disorder (71), panic disorder (74), or dysthymic[] (59), panic disorder (66), or dysthymic disorder (56) diagnosed using an interview schedule for DSM-III.[] Abstract Repeated assessments of psychopathology, together with personality status, were made over two years on 181 psychiatric out-patients with generalised anxiety disorder[]

  • Anxiety Disorder

    The exact causes of panic disorder are not known, but like many other anxiety disorders, panic disorder runs in families, meaning that inheritance may play a strong role in[] disorder principles of care for people with panic disorder stepped care for people with panic disorder Who is it for?[] Exposure: Panic disorder, GAD, or use of benzodiazepines or serotonin reuptake inhibitors.[]

  • Mixed Anxiety and Depressive Disorder

    disorder (OCD), mixed anxiety-depression, panic disorder, social phobia, specific phobias, and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD).[] All of the following: criteria have never been met for Major Depressive Disorder, Dysthymic Disorder, Panic Disorder, or Generalized Anxiety Disorder criteria are not currently[] Fear response to a known, external, definite, or non-conflictual threat Anxiety response to an unknown, internal, vague, or conflictual threat. 1)Panic disorder- Episodic[]

  • Social Phobia

    Like panic disorder, social phobia is a common, frequently severe, anxiety disorder that can cause significant work and social impairment.[] To investigate the impact of alcohol intoxication and withdrawal on the course of social phobia and panic disorder.[] Panic disorder, agoraphobia, and social phobia are subtypes of the anxiety disorders as defined by DSM-III.[]

  • Panic Disorder

    What is more, approximately 20% of people with panic disorder attempt suicide.[] WHAT HAPPENS IF PANIC DISORDER IS NOT TREATED? Panic disorder tends to continue for months or years.[] Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder characterized by reoccurring unexpected panic attacks.[]

  • Phobia

    Clinical approach to treatment-resistant panic disorder. In: Rosenbaum JF, Pollack MH, editors. Panic disorder and its treatment.[] What is panic disorder? Panic disorder involves repeated and unexpected panic attacks.[] The authors present 3 cases, patients with needle phobia, panic disorder, and combat-induced PTSD who were successfully treated with the HOC technique.[]

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