Monday, December 12, 2011

About Panic Disorder: Anxiety Disorders Associated with Panic Disorder

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From Katharina Star, your Guide to Panic Disorder
Panic disorder is commonly associated with other anxiety-related conditions. These similar mental health disorders each have their own set of specific symptoms, diagnostic criteria, and treatment options. Learn more about the similarities between panic disorder and other common related and co-occurring anxiety disorders.

Panic Disorder and PTSD
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a mental health condition that can develop following a person's experience with a traumatic event. Common PTSD symptoms include intrusive thoughts, lack of concentration, and hyperarousal. Many symptoms of PTSD are similar to those of panic disorder, such as avoidance behaviors, trembling, and nervousness. It is not uncommon for a person with PTSD to also be diagnosed with panic disorder. Find out more about the differences and similarities between these two anxiety disorders.

Social Anxiety Disorder
Social anxiety disorder is another anxiety-related condition that shares many similar symptoms with panic disorder. Similarities include fearful thoughts, shaking, and excessive sweating. Much like the treatment outcomes for panic disorder, people with social anxiety disorder also tend to respond well to a combination of prescribed medication and psychotherapy. Learn about the challenges, symptoms, and treatment options for these two conditions.

Panic Disorder and OCD
Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) is a mental health condition, involving obsessive thoughts and compulsive behaviors. OCD has some similar symptoms to panic disorder, including intense fear and excessive worry. Here you will find information comparing and contrasting these two separate anxiety disorders.

Common Related and Co-Occurring Conditions
People with panic disorder are often susceptible to developing other health conditions. Aside from other anxiety disorders, it is not uncommon for people with panic disorder to also be diagnosed with a mood disorder. Some physical illnesses also frequently co-occur with panic disorder. Learn about the most common related and co-occurring conditions to panic disorder.


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