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Subject line: Your First Understanding Anxiety & Panic Issue

Hello “autoresponder code here”,

Welcome to your first issue of Understanding Anxiety & Panic.

In each issue of Understanding Anxiety & Panic you will learn
valuable information that will help you learn how to recognize the
signs and symptoms of anxiety attacks

It’s a simple fact of life, everyone worries, has concerns, gets
nervous and feels certain fears, experiences and apprehensions
at some point in their lives. Often one or more of these emotions
happens on a daily basis.

Did you know that to a certain degree, anxiousness is actually
healthy, because it enables the body to react to certain stimuli and
causes us to take action and perform better?

As long as the feeling is relative to the situation or problem at
hand, it is perfectly normal.

However, when anxiety gets severe, chronic and irrational, you
might already have an anxiety disorder and experience episodes
of anxiety attacks.

Common symptoms include of an anxiety attack are:

The fear of going crazy.

Sometimes when a person is under tremendous pressure they
may feel as if they are going crazy. This is even more evident
during time of an anxiety attack.

If this has ever happened to you I want to assure you that there is
very little possibility that you are really going crazy. It is far more
likely that you are not going crazy and it is only a symptom that you
are experiencing.

How can I be so sure?

Because going crazy is not a conscious act and people who are
suffering from mental illnesses don’t even know that they have one.
Again, if you are experiencing excessive fear or irrational
thoughts, you are not going crazy.

Dry mouth

This is another common symptom and is a natural occurrence
during and anxiety attack. To counter dry mouth just sip on water
or try a piece of hard candy to stimulate the production of saliva.

Shaking and shivering

These are two necessary functions that your body uses to keep
your temperature normal. When body temperature drops from
normal, the muscles spasmodically contract, creating friction
between muscles and body tissues, thus increasing the body
temperature. During anxiety attacks, shaking and shivering is

Heart palpitations

These are also common during an attack. You may feel like your
heart is missing beats. This is caused by the release of adrenaline
into the bloodstream. This is perfectly normal and can’t cause
damage to your physical well being. However, it can cause
discomfort and lead to more severe symptoms if you don’t learn
how to control your attacks.

Body pain

Feeling pain in your neck, shoulders, jaw, mouth and stomach, as
well as having a headache is also common. When the body is
under stress, parts of the body usually get tense, which results in
pain. Do your best to try and relax if this occurs.

Chest pain

This is a normal body reaction to an anxiety attack because
of muscle tension. Sometimes, chest pain is misinterpreted as a
heart attack, but it is important to identify from one another as the
latter can be deadly.

Shortness of breath

This is the most distressing symptom of anxiety attack. It feels like
your chest can’t expand to take in the necessary air that your body
needs. If you experience this there are three important points that
you should remind yourself of and that is that you will not suffocate,
stop breathing or pass out. This is a temporary symptom of your
anxiety attack.

Feeling detached

This symptom of an anxiety attack alters the way you experience
yourself and the way you see reality. It makes you feel like
everything around you is a dream, foggy or unreal.

While recognizing the signs and symptoms of anxiety doesn’t
require you to understand the workings of the human body, what
it does require is awareness on each of the symptoms and the
effects that they may have when they are ignored.

Please be aware that different people manifest different
symptoms and behaviors when experiencing an anxiety attack.
The intensity of the symptoms differs as well and may appear
different with every attack.

If you experience effects that last well after the attack has passed
it is important to consult a health professional, so that you can be
sure that there aren’t any other underlying conditions that you
should be aware of.

Understanding anxiety is the first step towards controlling the
effect that it has on your life, so do your best to learn everything
you can about how it can affect you.

Make sure you look for your next issue soon. We will be talking
about panic attacks and the symptoms that come along with them.
We will also talk about panic disorder and agoraphobia.

Thank you again for joining,

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