1995
Label: Pinaz Records - none • Format: Cassette Single Sided • Country: Germany • Genre: Rock • Style: Indie Rock
Damage Of The Inner Circle - Acquired Panic Disease - A.P.D. Demo 95 (Cassette)

Panic disorder is defined in the 'Diagnostic and Statistical manual of mental disorders- 5th edition' (DSM-V) criteria as the recurrent occurrence of sudden onset disabling intense fear accompanied by somatic symptoms. It is one of the commonest psychiatric conditions and adversely affects the quality of life with economic consequences.

P A N IC A T T A C K A N D P E R C E IV E D H E A R T R A T E A C C E L E R A T IO N 8 5 fu ll b lo w n p an ic attack. S o far, th is h y p o th esis h as n o t b een tested ex - p erim en tally. W e rep o rt th e case o f a p atien t in w h ich an u n eq u iv o cal.

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  1.  ·  · tion: A handout on panic attacks, written by the authors of this article, is provided on page See page for definitions of strength-of-recommendation labels. P anic disorder is a disabling.

  2. The nature of the problem. DSM-IV (American Psychiatric Association, ) and ICD (World Health Organization, ) define a panic attack as a discrete period of intense fear or discomfort, which starts suddenly, reaches a peak within a few minutes, and is associated with at least four symptoms. The symptoms (which vary slightly between DSM-IV and ICD) include: breathlessness; palpitations; .

  3.  ·  · Panic attacks and panic disorder are quite frequent co-morbidities in COPD, and this high prevalence of panic-spectrum psychopathology in COPD is predicted by the cognitive model of panic anxiety. Randomized controlled trials of CBT, developed from the cognitive model, for panic disorder in COPD are yet to be by:

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