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A life of a Pacific Islander, Money and family obligation seems to be the culprit that triggers anxiety. Children in this part of the world are investments to our parents and families regardless of how you were raised. You are expected to give back and don't questions your obligations either it is a family or extended family related. Most of these obligations involves money and your time to attend. Please don't get me wrong I love my family and my communities but sometimes their expectations is too much to bear. My anxiety shows in a form of not sleeping due to so many things in my mind or been rude in my words so I could protect myself from being hurt or lashing back in a language that hurts the other person. The pay back is a bitch but at that exact moment there is a relief that they got your message and u could embrassed it for a moment. I wonder if I am the only person in this world with these issues. Vinaka
A panic attack is a sudden episode of intense fear that triggers severe physical reactions when there is no real danger or apparent cause.

Panic attacks can be very frightening. When panic attacks occur, you might think you're losing control, having a heart attack or even dying. Many people have just one or two panic attacks in their lifetimes, and the problem goes away, perhaps when a stressful situation ends. But if you've had recurrent, unexpected panic attacks and spent long periods in constant fear of another attack, you may have a condition called panic disorder. Although panic attacks themselves aren't life-threatening, they can be frightening and significantly affect your quality of life. But treatment can be very effective. Panic attacks typically begin suddenly, without warning. They can strike at any time when you're driving a car, at the mall, sound asleep or in the middle of a business meeting. You may have occasional panic attacks or they may occur frequently.

Panic attacks have many variations, but symptoms usually peak within minutes. You may feel fatigued and worn out after a panic attack subsides. Rapid, pounding heart rate Dizziness, lightheadedness or faintness One of the worst things about panic attacks is the intense fear that you'll have another one. You may fear having a panic attack so much that you avoid situations where they may occur. If you have panic attack symptoms, seek medical help as soon as possible. Panic attacks, while intensely uncomfortable, are not dangerous. But panic attacks are hard to manage on your own, and they may get worse without treatment. Because panic attack symptoms can also resemble other serious health problems, such as a heart attack, it's important to get evaluated by your health care provider if you aren't sure what's causing your symptoms. It's not known what causes panic attacks or panic disorder, but these factors may play a role: Panic attacks may start off by coming on suddenly and without warning, but over time, they're usually triggered by certain situations.

Some research suggests that your body's natural fight-or-flight response to danger is involved in panic attacks. For example, if a grizzly bear came after you, your body would react instinctively. Your heart rate and breathing would speed up as your body prepared itself for a life-threatening situation. Many of the same reactions occur in a panic attack. But it's not known why a panic attack occurs when there's no obvious danger present. Symptoms of panic disorder often start in the late teens or early adulthood and affect more women than men. Major life stress, such as the death or serious illness of a loved one A traumatic event, such as sexual assault or a serious accident Major changes in your life, such as a divorce or the addition of a baby Left untreated, panic attacks and panic disorder can affect almost every area of your life.

You may be so afraid of having more panic attacks that you live in a constant state of fear, ruining your quality of life. Development of specific phobias, such as fear of driving or leaving your home Depression, anxiety disorder and other psychiatric disorders For some people, panic disorder may include agoraphobia avoiding places or situations that cause you anxiety because you fear not being able to escape or get help if you have a panic attack. Or you may become reliant on others to be with you in order to leave your home. There's no sure way to prevent panic attacks or panic disorder. However, these recommendations may help. Get treatment for panic attacks as soon as possible to help stop them from getting worse or becoming more frequent. Stick with your treatment plan to help prevent relapses or worsening of panic attack symptoms. Get regular physical activity, which may play a role in protecting against anxiety.

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