Ellie Goulding Suffered Severe Panic Attacks: I Never Wanted To Be Seen As Weak | Ellie Goulding, Magazine | Just Jared Jr.

Under Pressure: What Is a Panic Attack?

I couldnt shop, couldnt go outside, couldnt see people, because there were just so many triggers. And I didnt want to tell anyone, because I just felt so stupid. I never wanted people to see me as weak. On dating Dougie Poynter : Ive definitely met someone. You get to know someone who makes you very happy and then you go away [on tour], right when it was just getting somewhere awesome. Its not fun, but we can make it work. Love is beyond everything, beyond the universe. On being a singer: I always liked singing, but it never occurred to me that it could be a real job. So when people would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up, Id say Im going to be an actress, in this fake posh accent that Id learned from watching period dramas.
Source: Ellie Goulding Suffered Severe Panic Attacks: I Never Wanted to Be Seen as Weak | Ellie Goulding, Magazine | Just Jared Jr.

For some patients feelings of anxiety may become… Read the Anxiety Disorders article > > Panic attacks are truly terrifying and can happen without warning or reason, causing sudden fear and extreme nervousness for 10 minutes or more. Physical symptoms intensify the attack: sweating, racing heart, rapid pulse, feeling faint or as if one is choking, and-perhaps worst of all-the sense of “going crazy.” These attacks are a symptom of panic disorder , a type of anxiety disorder that affects some 2.4 million U.S. adults. The disorder most often begins during the late teens and early adulthood and strikes twice as many American women as men. No one knows what causes panic disorder, though researchers suspect a combination of biological and environmental factors, including family history (panic disorder seems to run in families), stressful life events, drug and alcohol abuse , and thinking patterns that exaggerate normal physical reactions. What happens, exactly?
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