Panic Attack? No, Something Much Worse – Health & Wellness

Not only did she dish on her romance with Nicholas Hoult in major detail , J. Law also spilled that Hollywood is just like high school. “There are all these peers judging you, and you’re never cool enough, never wearing the right outfit, saying the right thing,” she explains. “You don’t get out of middle school. You don’t get out of high school. There are always going to be people saying you’re a slut because you went out on a date on Friday, or you’re a bitch because you didn’t call somebody back because you have a life.” “I want everyone to like me. Who doesn’t?” Jen says. “But if they don’t, you’ve gotta move on.
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She told her mother she was “dancing to the music of Shakira” when no music was playing. She complained that one of her arms was longer than the other, and she stood in an oddly hunched posture to compensate. Mia said that she remembers feeling dizzy and as though she had “super hearing”: Sounds seemed excessively loud. “It was like I was looking at a kaleidoscope and everything was distorted,” she recalled. Colors looked so bright they were painful. Carmen, who was increasingly alarmed, was also puzzled. “These episodes didn’t make any sense. She would go in and out of them.
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» Cup of Joe: A Cure For Anxiety And Depression?

The bottom line: If you suffer from generalized anxiety disorder, it might be a good idea to have your morning coffee. Aside from that temporary lift, your body might experience surprising benefits that combat anxiety. If you are experiencing panic attacks, that is another story. Since caffeine speeds your heart rate and stimulates your central nervous system, these side effects can feel like triggers for those who suffer from panic attacks. Therefore, for those suffering from panic attacks, caffeine can be a very bad idea. Caffeine and Depression While many of us feel sad or blue at one time or another, people are diagnosed with depression if they have at least five of the following symptoms at the same time: A depressed mood during most of the day, particularly in the morning Fatigue or loss of energy Feelings of worthlessness or guilt Impaired concentration Insomnia or hypersomnia (excessive sleeping) Diminished interest in daily activities Thoughts of death or suicide Restlessness Weight loss or weight gain Women are more likely than men to be diagnosed with depression. Depression should not be confused with manic depression (bipolar disorder), which involves periods of depression and periods of mania (elation or highs). Depression and anxiety often go hand-in-hand, one leading to the other, and both are severe illnesses that should be treated by health professionals.
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» Cup of Joe: A Cure For Anxiety And Depression?


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