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  • 11.19.2013
    Chasing Twisters EP Out Now

    Today is the day! We are thrilled to share the Chasing Twisters - EP, available NOW for purchase on iTunes and other digital retailers. Click here to purchase!

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on Nov 19th

Today is the day! We are thrilled to share the Chasing Twisters - EP, available NOW for purchase on iTunes and other digital retailers. Click here to purchase!

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Ay-up! I'm Karen, 20 years old :) i'm having an anxiety attack... I have opened a new information portal about the symptoms and causes of anxiety, insomnia and depression Here are some of my thoughts - You're walking through the park on an ordinary day when suddenly, without warning, you're stricken with acute fear. The world starts to spin. Everything around you seems unreal. Your heart beats so hard that it quakes in your chest, and your throat tightens. Frantic for your own breath, your mind screams, "Am I having a heart attack? Am I going crazy?" And, worst of all, "Am I about to die?" The panic keeps escalating until you feel like you just can't stand it anymore. Then, finally, it starts to sink away from you. Confused and embarrassed, you retreat to your car and go home where you know it's safe. You'll never return to that park again, you think. And then a more fearful thought pops into your head: "What if this happens again -- somewhere else?" What is Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)? Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is the name given to a condition in which people experience repetitive and upsetting thoughts and/or behaviours. OCD has two main features: Obsessions and Compulsions. Obsessions: they come in the form of intrusive, unwanted involuntary thoughts, images or impulses. The main features of obsessions are that they are automatic, frequent, or distressing and difficult to control or get rid of. Panic attacks, also known as anxiety attacks, are episodes of intense panic or fear. They can occur suddenly and without warning. At other times there are obvious triggers to a panic attack like giving a big speech or exposure to a social situation. During a panic attack the terror can be so severe that you feel like you could die, go crazy or totally lose control. The physical symptoms can be so frightening that many people think they are having a heart attack and seek medical help. After an anxiety attack is over, you may be worried about having another one, particularly in a public place or somewhere where you feel you can't escape. Symptoms of panic attacks can include palpitations, sweating, trembling or shaking, sensations of shortness of breath or smothering, feeling of choking, chest pain or discomfort, nausea or abdominal distress, dizziness or light-headedness, derealisation or depersonalisation, fear of losing control or going 'crazy', fear of dying, paresthesia, and chills or hot flushes'. 'Attacks that have fewer than four symptoms are referred to as 'limited - symptom attacks.' Anxiety Disorders. We all experience some degree of anxiety. But when it becomes persistent, powerful and interferes with daily life, it's called an anxiety disorder. We all know what it's like to feel anxious; that feeling of dread or apprehension accompanied by tightness in the chest, and physical symptoms like sweating, trembling and rapid heartbeat. These feelings of anxiety are normal when people are threatened, and for most of us these feelings fade once the event that caused them passes or the problem is solved. But for some of us, anxiety is ongoing and continues for no particular reason making daily activities difficult or impossible. These people are said to have an anxiety disorder. Around 14 per cent of Australians are affected by an anxiety disorder each year, but only a small percentage of these will seek treatment. The good news is that most anxiety disorders can be successfully treated. "Patients are often told that they'll need to take medication indefinitely to control panic disorder," Schmidt said. "But that's not true for every patient." "Most of the patients who stopped taking their medications while undergoing CBT experienced no immediate or long-term problems," said Brad Schmidt. a study co-author and an associate professor of psychology at Ohio State University. The study appears in a recent issue of Behaviour Research and Therapy. Panic disorder - an unexplained sudden and intense onset of fear and anxiety - affects 6 to 14 million adults in the United States. About half of the patients with panic disorder that come to Schmidt's clinic are on medication. But antidepressants have a slew of side effects, ranging from sexual problems to cardiovascular complications. Although Schmidt looked only at antidepressants in this study, doctors also frequently prescribe benzodiazepines to their patients who have panic disorder. Benzodiazepines, such as Valium, are effective in controlling symptoms of anxiety. "Patients are often told that they'll need to take medication indefinitely to control panic disorder," Schmidt said. "But that's not true for every patient - some people respond well with therapy and can forgo medications." Please, comment my topic!
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