The government allots millions of dollars on medical and health care services every year. Thirty-five percent of this fund is being given to psychological clinics and institutions that offer programs to Americans who needs medical attention, and psychological programs that treat anxiety and panic disorders.
The most common psychiatric sickness that affects Americans in any age group is anxiety. Most psychological programs focus on activities that release psychological and emotional stress and physical symptoms.
What is good with this disorder is that it is highly treatable; however, only thirty percent who have this kind of disorder are aware, and are willing to undergo treatment.
Anxiety and panic disorders are like cost and effect. Being in a competitive world, it is a normal reaction to be anxious. Anxiety drives an individual to perform well and always strive to be the best.
However, anything that is too much is not good. It causes a negative effect. When the response of an individual with this feeling is uncontrollable, it produces distractive results to a persons life.
People who have an anxiety disorder have trouble getting to sleep. They often feel being on the edge and irritable. They often have exaggerated feelings of terror and uneasiness in dealing with their family, friends, people that surrounds them, and experiences they encounter.
Panic disorder is a psychological disorder where a person would feel extremely terrified of something without any reasonable cause. An individual with this disorder usually feels that he is loosing control over a situation, which causes him to tremble, sweat excessively, and choke. It is usually associated with anxiety disorder.
Anxiety and panic disorders are usually best treated with a combination of drug therapy and programs that provide physical activities.
Drug therapy is used to lower the adrenaline level of a person experiencing severe anxiety. Adrenaline is a hormone that dictates the brain to be hyperactive and reacts exaggeratedly on certain activities or events.
Therapy programs are specifically focused on how a person will release stress to be able to control anxiety and panic attacks.
Almost ninety percent of individuals who receive both treatments show great improvement with their anxiety and panic attack symptoms.
Here are tips on how to overcome anxiety and panic attacks:
1. Release stress by going out more often. Nature can work wonders on a stressed individual. It can relax shoulders that are usually toned by tiredness and irritation.
2. Do something that you find enjoyable. Sometimes work can burnout an individual when faced with the fact that he needs to do something that he does not want to do. Try to think of something that can eliminate these stressful events for the moment.
3. Eat foods that provide energy. Energy drinks and foods now come in packs that are easy to prepare.
4. Camping and nature tripping are great relaxants during day off.
5. Listen to sounds that can soothe emotional stress. Music is relaxing. It can lift emotions. Research shows that classical music has positive effects on every individual.
6. Go to a spa or indulge in a warm scented bath. Indulging in a warm bath can relax tensed muscles and ease worries.
7. Identifying the cause of stress is one way to guard yourself from any anxiety and panic attack. This will provide good rationalization of negative thoughts, making them positive.
8.Avoid thinking of what tomorrow may bring. Embracing the present helps in minimizing stress and worries.