How Of Deal With Anxiety Disorders Essay
Today I’m going to be talking about something very important. Many people deal with these day to day and are too embarrassed to talk about them or sometimes even acknowledge their existence. People often will end up going to the emergency room claiming they had a heart attack until the doctor tells them they just had a panic attack.
Panic attack? What are these? How do they arise? What can I do to deal with them?
Through my own personal experience I am going to share how I dealt with my own anxiety disorder in hope that it will help people whom are unfamiliar with the new, terrifying feelings they’re suddenly experiencing.
Let’s start from the top, what is an anxiety disorder? From my own personal definition anxiety disorders are a mental disorder that causes the person unwanted fear out of seemingly safe situations. These random bursts of fear can cause heavy breathing, sweating, dizziness, blurred vision, tightness of the chest, and of course a racing heart. These are known as panic attacks and can vary with intensity and triggers. For me, these came at random whether I was at home or in public, so naturally you can imagine that they would be terrifying. Living with this disorder is one of the most difficult things I’ve ever done in my life, and I imagine it’s like that for other people who share this and are even just figuring out what it is. I’m going to share my best coping mechanisms and even give tips to people…