Friday, November 20, 2009

Understanding Panic Attacks and Anxiety Disorder

Has your friend been excessively nervous lately? Perhaps he's suffering from panic attacks and anxiety disorder. For people who don't experience this situation, understand those who are going through this maybe a little difficult but will make a great difference in your relationship with them. I know, I had a hard time understand my husband when I first learned that he's been having panic attacks that he' been trying to hide from me for several years. I was worried that it has gone worse and stepped into a higher level because the panic attacks frequency also increased along with the increased inconvenience it has caused us.

Panic attacks don't chose the time when they occur--even if you're in public place or enjoying a quiet moment with your loved one, it could be triggered. As someone who's been with a panic attacks victim for several years, I wish I should have known and understand earlier the symptoms so he could have avoided many more years of excessive anxiety disorder. Many years could have been spent on more meaningful and productive activities and quality life.

From my studies, I've learned that the most common symptoms or indications that a person has anxiety disorder if he constantly shows the signs of:

1. chest pains,
2. racing or pounding heart,
3. difficulty in breathing, dizziness,
5. upset stomach or nausea,
6. hot flashes,
7. chills,
8. and numbness or tingling in the hands

What Can You Do to Alleviate the Suffering?

At some point in your life you might have wished you could take your loved one's place and suffer panic attacks to free him from suffering further. Well, you could wish and do BETTER! Here are just some of the many effective treatments for anxiety disorders.

One common class of drugs are selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, known as SSRI’s. Examples of these drugs include Zoloft, Paxil, and Prozac, which are also commonly used in the treatment of depression. These medications affect chemicals known as neurotransmitters, which are used by the nerves of the brain to send messages to each other.

You can also utilize natural remedies for treating the anxiety disorder. The best thing to do is to consult your doctor so you can become more successful in treating it.

The most important thing in recovery is to let the panic attacks victim feel that they're wanted, loved and understood. Assure them of your genuine love and support and they'll be able to conquer all panic attacks.

Thursday, November 19, 2009

Small to Medium Size Businesses Marketing

Are you having a hard time promoting your online business?Perhaps you haven't actually explored and maximized all the options in growing your business both online and offline.

Do you know what since Christmas is fast approaching, spend more and more time online to create their wishlists, to reconnect with loved ones, to search for online products that they could give out on the Savior's day and many other activities of which you could be taking advantage of!

Get an edge from your competitors by targeting your customers through video marketing or ads on videos. Since most people are tired of reading a bunch of articles and would prefer simply clicking on the play button, then why not make use of it? If you think you're not good at this area, let the expert would for you and focus on what you do best!

Monday, November 16, 2009

Anxiety Isn't Really Unhealthy

So you've been experiencing some panic attacks and anxiety disorders lately? Don't worry! Experiencing anxiety is just normal as we are usually afraid to be rejected, laughed at or be cast away. We often get too afraid when preparing for some major examination at school or a huge presentation in the company. Teenagers often get too excited when they're about to let their loved ones of what they feel about them. There are just many various situations which trigger too much excitement and fear to people. What if you're experiencing it more than just on these rare occasions? Then you must be experience an anxiety disorder.

When you're experiencing fear and anxiety more than usual, it's about time not to take it for granted so you can easily stop and control it before it's too late. Having experienced panic attacks myself, I recommend that you do something about it before it gets worse. The first and best step to stop it is to consult a psychiatrist or a physician that specializes in emotion so he could suggest that steps that will help you overcome excessive anxiety. It also helps to learn more about the many types of panic anxiety so you will know which one do you currently have and better address the matter.