Kang Daniel Is Diagnosed with Depression and Panic Disorders, What are the Symptoms and Causes?

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Kang Daniel Is Diagnosed with Depression and Panic Disorders, What are the Symptoms and Causes?

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The sad news has not subsided yet, Goo Hara, recently the Korean entertainment industry was shocked by the news of Korean idol Kang Daniel. Members of the Wanna One group are in the middle of a conversation because they are suspected of having depression and panic disorder.

As a result, of depression and panic attacks suffered, the agency that oversees the 23-year-old man also announced that Kang Daniel will stop all his artistic activities in the entertainment world temporarily to carry out the recovery process.

Panic attack or panic attack and the difference with panic disorder
Panic attack or panic attack is the emergence of anxiety, fear, or excessive anxiety that occurs suddenly. In many cases, panic attacks can strike without warning and no known cause.

Panic attacks may only occur once in a lifetime, which generally can disappear when the trigger situation or situation ends.

However, if panic attacks occur repeatedly and for a long period of time then this condition is called panic disorder. This is thought to be experienced by Kang Daniel.

Panic disorder is a panic attack that occurs when you experience repeated panic attacks. Generally, this can occur at least twice. In fact, it causes sufferers to live under the shadow of fear.

Get to know the signs and symptoms of panic disorder
If you experience panic attacks constantly, or you live with a condition of repeated panic attacks, then you might suffer from panic disorders. Panic disorders can occur at any time and without warning.

Symptoms of panic disorder generally appear in adolescents or young adults under the age of 25 years. Signs and symptoms of panic disorder experienced tend to vary between patients with one another.

Panic attacks can last anywhere from 10-20 minutes. But in extreme cases, symptoms can occur for more than an hour.

People who experience panic attacks may believe that they have heart palpitations, or become crazy, even dying.

The fear and terror experienced by that person, when viewed from the eyes of others who see it may not be comparable to the actual situation that is experienced by the sufferer. In fact, it might not be related to what is happening around him at all.

Some of the signs and symptoms of panic disorder are generally as follows:

Nausea.
Dizzy.
Sluggish.
Chest pain.
Stomach ache.
Chills.
Shaky.
Sweating.
Numb.
Tingling sensation.
Difficulty swallowing.
Difficulty breathing.
Heart beat.
Hard to breathe.
Fear of death.
Fear of impending danger or disaster.
Panic attacks can last anywhere from a few 5-10 minutes to half an hour. However, the physical and emotional effects of panic attacks can last for several hours.

What causes panic disorders can occur?
Until now, the cause of panic disorder can not be known with certainty. The researchers suggested that panic disorder might be caused by genetic factors.

However, it is uncertain whether genetic factors or the environment around you can cause panic disorder.

In addition, panic disorder can also be caused by mental health conditions, such as:

Prolonged stress. For example due to losing a partner, not having a job, or financial problems.
Panic disorder or panic disorder.
Agoraphobia (phobias of crowds) and other types of phobias.
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD)

In general, people with panic disorder have a brain that is very sensitive in responding to fear. Too much caffeine, alcohol, and certain types of drugs can worsen symptoms of panic disorder.

How is panic disorder diagnosed?
If you experience symptoms of panic attacks, you should immediately seek medical help. Most people with panic attacks will usually experience palpitations.

Your doctor may do a blood test to distinguish symptoms of a panic attack from other symptoms. In addition, the doctor will do an electrocardiogram (ECG) to check the function of the heart.

If there are no abnormalities or disorders of the organs and bodily functions, the doctor may conduct a psychological evaluation.

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