Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Depression, Living With Everyday Anxiety are all inter related. You may experience one or all of these to greater or lesser extent at different times. They are usually brought on by a major life event or change; childbirth (Peter also described the post natal depression of his then wife Katie Price), bereavement, accident, or trauma of some kind are all common examples. In these days of austerity, with people being made redundant across the land, it makes it no easier if you feel that you are left on the scrap heap, and major trauma can ensue, getting worse over time if it is left undiagnosed and untreated.
1. When your anxiety makes you a little extra paranoid:
2. When you’re trying to fall asleep but your anxiety won’t let you:
3. When your anxiety won’t let you enjoy your date:
4. When you double-checked, but you still can’t be sure:
5. When your anxiety reminds you of all the fun ways you could die:
6. When your boss asks to talk to you and your anxiety thinks worst case scenario:
7. When waiting for someone to respond to a text feels like torture:
8. When you hear a noise when you’re home alone:
9. When you can’t even have a conversation without anxiety interrupting you:
What Panic Attacks Feel Like
Sometimes, anxiety may be brought about by genetic factors. For instance, if one’s parent had anxiety disorders, then one’s chances of depicting anxiety disorders are also heightened. Genetic factors can explain the reason why identical twins posses this trait both at the same time. In fact, identical twins account for some of the highest cases of family related anxiety disorders.