ANXIETY IN EVERYDAY LIFE

Panic

In 2004, Statistics Canada reported that nearly 1 million people aged 15 years and older had suffered from panic at some point in their lives. Triggers for panic attacks are specific key stimuli. Breathlessness, nausea, shaking, and heart palpitations or tachycardia are only a few of the typical symptoms that occur. Many patients fear that they will suddenly die or feel as though they are going crazy. Developing a panic disorder becomes less common after 40 years old. The average age of onset is 25 years of age. It can affect one's ability to function easily in society.

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