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Causes of Anxiety
by Dianne Ruth, PhD

Recent research indicates that 1 in 7 people suffer from panic. Anxiety Disorders weren't recognized until the mid-'80s, and there are over 100 causes of anxiety and panic.

The term "Anxiety Disorders," is an umbrella for fourteen different specific conditions. For a brief description of each disorder, go to the following link: 14 Types of Anxiety.

Some common biological causes of an anxiety disorder include

●  fasting
●  aspirin intolerance
●  
psychoactive drugs
 unstable thyroid
●  blood sugar levels
●  hormone production
●  cold medications
●  tranquilizers
●  sleeping pills
●  certain blood pressure medications
●  steroids
●  even antidepressants can create anxiety reactions

Intoxication from stimulants such as

●  caffeine
●  cocaine
●  amphetamines may produce this state. In fact, repeated cocaine use may eventually cause feelings of panic, and the terror may continue for years after the drug is stopped.

Withdrawal, for example, from

●  alcohol
●  sedatives

Causative conditions may include

heart problems
●  an inner ear imbalance
●  mitral valve prolepses (MVP)

More rarely, certain types of

●  brain tumors
●  epilepsy
●  lung problems
●  some forms of disease may be a factor

Other less likely possibilities include

●  vitamin B12 deficiency
●  heavy metal intoxication.

Some common psychological causes for the later development of the problem include

●  separation anxiety
●  sudden loss of a loved one during childhood
●  serious disruption in the child's family also may contribute to the problem.

Other possible psychological causes for the later development of anxiety include

●  alcoholism
●  drug abuse in the family
●  child abuse
●  a parent with an anxiety disorder
●  being over-protected
●  excessive criticism
●  taught to suppress negative feelings such as anger
●  an excessive need for approval
●  rigid family rules and beliefs

With the creation of any of these early patterns, often followed by another significant trauma involving loss later in life, the person may develop an anxiety-related disorder.

Brain Imbalance?

There is also scientific evidence that anxiety-related problems such as stress, panic, and exaggerated fears are the result of a functional imbalance between the right and left hemispheres of the brain. Positron emission tomography (PET) scans are being used to study these theories.

Other research suggests that the brain chemistry is out-of-balance. Relaxation can trigger anxiety attacks in about 1 in 3 panic sufferers. It has also been observed that strenuous exercise can intensify anxiety symptoms.

Inhaling modest amounts of carbon dioxide produces attacks in nearly all predisposed patients.

Researchers are discovering that certain psychotherapies may be more effective than drugs at eliminating panic over the long term.


For more information, see the article, 14 Types of Anxiety

 

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