Panic Disorders: Childhood Separation Anxiety

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Panic disorder is dissimilar from the normal fear and anxiety reactions to stressful activities that is a serious illness that strikes without any warning. Panic attacks involve a feeling of extreme anxiety or fear that may last for anyplace among for a few minutes possibly to various hours. Symptoms of panic disorder happens with sudden attacks of fear and nervousness. Also, it causes such as sweating and a racing heart. During a panic attack, the fear response for the situation often is not threatening. Over time, a person with panic disorder develops a constant fear of having another panic attack, which can affect daily functioning and in general in their life. Panic attack is a reaction of the sympathetic nervous system. Panic attacks are not permanently threatening. People can or possibly won’t develop a panic attack at any time in their life. Everyone go through panic in a different way.
The first reason for this cause is that there can be a genetic partiality to panic attacks. In the article of Childhood Separation Anxiety Disorder Adult Onset Panic Attacks Share a Common Genetic Diathesis by Roxann Roverson-Nay Et al. Stated that it was found on this “separation anxiety hypothesis” on reviewing reports of a memory of the childhood and as adult related to other psychiatric groups (2012). People are born
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In the article of Mental Illness in Detained Asylum Seekers researched that Children are mostly helpless to the negative situations responding of hopelessness in where they grow up in from seeing violent and traumatic happenings without any help especially from their own parents (Lawrence, 2004). It could be there was an early death in the family, severe illness, or some other serious problem like alcoholism or

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