#StateTerrorism Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri (@TahirulQadri) June 17, 2014 According to Dr Qadri, the officials in power are , Busy collecting the privileges and forgetting that they need to worry about countrys security and sovereignty. As true or false that statement may be, the irony is unmistakable. Political leaders have a strong influence over their followers and the fact that supporters were allowed to challenge the writ of the land in the way that they did is and should be unpardonable. Instead of handling the situation, Dr Qadri provoked them further. This protest was not worth the lives of those eight people. Eight lives were lost and will only be used as pawns in an already weak argument. In his press conference today, Dr Qadri said that he believes the government is taking revenge from him because he stood by the army while its media trial was taking place. He further added that he is against all the people who entered the boundaries of his house and no one was there to stop them.
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Panic Disorder: Extreme Anxiety “Some people would say that panic disorder has a true physiological basis. I would say that panic disorder represents an extreme version of what I call the universal anxiety that people have,” said Charles Goodstein, MD, a clinical professor of psychiatry at New York University Langone Medical Center. Panic disorder shows generally the true inability to defend oneself against that kind of universal anxiety. It’s anxiety to the Nth degree.” Panic disorder is usually described as people having particular responses to certain kinds of events or circumstances in which they feel extreme anxiety and physical symptoms, said Dr. Goodstein. People with panic disorder often think that they are dying, having a heart attack, or are going crazy. And the physical symptoms often look like a serious health problem and should be evaluated, according to Goodstein. “The classic panic disorder presentation is the patient who arrives in an emergency room with chest pain,” said Goodstein.
Source: Panic Disorder and Anxiety – EverydayHealth.com