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Case study of panic disorder in an adult female
Case-based learning: anxiety disorders - The Pharmaceutical Journal
Panic disorder is a psychological disorder which is characterized with the spontaneous panic attacks the frequency of which rates from several times per year to several times per day. Moreover, the patient is waiting for these attacks because he feels that they occur soon. Every patient who suffers from panic disorder survives numerous episodes of intensive and strong anxiety — attacks of panic. Attacks of panic continue generally no more than 10 minutes, though there are cases when they last a minute or two and sometimes up to 30 minutes and the feeling of anxiety can last approximately one hour. The attacks can differ according to their symptoms and also they can include the stable set of symptoms: tachycardia, sweating, dizziness, shortness of breath, tremor, experience of the uncontrollable fear, etc. A great percent of patients suffers from the attacks every week and sometimes several times a week. It is quite obvious that panic disorder and its attacks influence the human social life negatively, because many an employee who suffers from the disorder is observed by his co-workers, they would try to ignore him.
Case Study : Anxiety Disorders
She had stopped eating with the family and spent most of her time in her bedroom. She was still going to school and doing extremely well in her exams, but her friends were worried about her. Mr and Mrs Bond had started to disagree about how to handle Emma's behaviour and argued frequently.
Generalized anxiety disorder is the psychological disorder which is characterised with the constant anxiety, which is not caused by the definite objects or situations. Very often the disorder is accompanied with trembling, muscle tension, sweating, palpitations, dizziness and discomfort in the area of?? Quite a frequent symptom is the fear of a disease, an accident and other problems which can touch upon the patient and his family, friends and relatives; strong excitement and various forebodings. Generalized anxiety disorder is more frequently met among women and is closely connected with constant stress.