She hasn’t lost any weight besides the pound or so lost after the mammectomy (breast tissue has got to weigh something, right?). Her prognosis…. Since there’s so little research about cats with cancer, there’s no real prognosis for her case. Statistically, cats with tumors that reached the lymphatic system will live 9-12 months. But for Madison, we really don’t know. The oncologist would rather be conservative with their prognosis and be wrong than the opposite. So yea! But that’s about something I’m taking care of….
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Then finally breathe out slowly and gently. Have a Talk Your anxiety should not be burdening you; you should be able to share it, as this is one good way to let it go. Often the most effective way to reduce your anxiety is by distracting yourself, it your mind that is playing the trick with you and you have to win the fight. Talk to someone you are close with, talk to your friend or aid, someone in whom you can trust. Never be shy about opening up and telling them how you feel. It will keep your mind clear and you will experience fewer symptoms.
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Researchers have identified several parts of the brain that are involved in fear and anxiety. Some scientists believe that people with panic disorder have an abnormality that causes them to misinterpret benign sensations as threats, causing their fear reaction to go into overdrive. [ Related: Women With No Fear Feel Panic in Experiments ] Some researchers think that people with panic disorder misinterpret harmless bodily sensations as threats. While biology may be a factor, environment can also be influential. If a parent or close adult suffers from panic disorder, a child may begin to think panic is a standard reaction and mimic adult behavior. Researchers are also looking for ways in which stress and environmental factors may play a role. A major stressful life event, such as an accident or the death of someone close, can trigger a panic attack in someone who previously exhibited no signs of the disorder. However, it doesnt have to be a significant event to plant the seed of a panic attack.
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