Panic Disorders And Its Effects On The Social Life

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Abstract: Panic disorder is an abnormal condition which badly affects the social life, working life and family of patients. It is also termed as a mental disease which includes the mood disorders and mostly depression. Females is most susceptible to panic disorders than the male and it is almost double or more than that. The symptoms of panic a disorder mainly includes a disconnected period of severe fear or discomfort, simultaneously the other symptoms are as follows also seen during the attacks and peak within 10 minutes: Palpitation, Tachycardia, Sweating, Tremors, difficulty in breathing, Chest pain ,Nausea or abdominal distress, dizziness, depression, fear of going crazy and fear of death. The factor which causes the panic disorders are as follows: 1. Biological factors A. Neurotransmitters 2. Psychological factors A. Genetic factors B. Sex. C. Physical Conditions. 3. Socio cultural factors: Environmental factors.

Introduction:
Panic disorder is an abnormal condition which badly affects the social life, working life and family of patients. Recently, panic disorders are ordinary in worldwide, occurrence of it in adulthood is 2.7% and during lifespan, it is 4.7 % (Kessler, Berglund et al., 2005; Kessler, Chiu et al., 2005). Females is most susceptible to panic disorders than the male and it is almost double or more than that. (Eaton et al., 1998; Kessler et al., 1998). It is most likely occur during adolescence and early period of childhood (Weismann et al., 1997;

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