Bereavement and relationship failure are also common triggers. There is also a tendency for panic disorder to run in families, and it is thought there may be a genetic predisposition to anxiety disorders. What are the effects of panic disorder? The recurrent panic attacks can be so disabling that those affected may be afraid to leave their home in case they have an attack in a public place . Agoraphobia is a fairly common complication in this situation. Others develop other phobias – avoiding certain objects or situations that they fear may trigger another attack. Getty – Handbag They may, quite incorrectly, associate some circumstance surrounding their first attack with causing it, for example, if their first attack occurred in a train , they may develop a phobia about getting on trains. The effects of panic disorder can range from mild social inconvenience to a total inability to face the outside world.
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Hannah explained: ‘I used to have frequent anxiety and panic attacks, which were really severe and developed when I had to travel for work. Thanks Dad! Woman sheds HALF her body weight after her father promised to pay for a 4,000 boob job if she reached her target ‘If I had to travel somewhere for work in the morning I would be up the whole night before crying and worrying. ‘It got to the stage when I was anxious to step out of my front door and it killed my social life. I would make up any excuse not to leave the house. I’d tell my boss and my friends that I was ill and I couldn’t go out. Inhibiting: Hannah said she used to have panic attacks and worried about travelling for her job with a jewellers No inhibitions: Now she’s so confident she’s happy to show off her body in selfies ‘I have always been quite reserved and doubted myself a lot but after having to travel for work, it escalated in way I could never have imagined.’ Hannah had always dreamed of being a model but knew it would never be a reality because of her lack of confidence and anxiety.
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