What Do You Know About Panic Or Anxiety Attacks?

Last Update: June 11, 2017

There have been quite a few blogs and questions about what types of things to buold websites on. This question often takes the form of frustration. (What should I write about? / I don't know what my Passion is, please help.) I have been thinking that one of the things I can do to help is to grab a quick look at some topics that you can build into a website or added as additional content to the one you are working on right now, so:

What Do You Know About Panic Or Anxiety Attacks? (OR, what can you learn in a few days about these syndromes that, occasionally, incapacitates people. Who can you talk to or what organizations are there that can assist you in putting together a website that can help others understand this condition so they are not caught unawares should they encounter someone like this during their normal day to day activities.

These conditions have various symptoms and can be listed on pages under that title. A racing heart and dizziness are just a few of these. Some of these can also be caused by high blood pressure or high sugar levels in diabetics, so care must be taken in analyzing what you see.

You can do some studying about the Aroma Therapy treatments as well as supplements and even prescription drugs, through their doctors. The supplements and some of the aroma treatment can be found on Amazon.com. This larger than many other e-commerce sites also has books that can be promoted that can aid in helping your loved ones or friends through a particularly hard time.

In Clickbank, there are several eBooks that can assist in aiding the sufferer and these are, of course, digital downloads that help your site's friendly visitor experience.

This is a very serious condition and must be treated that way if you are thinking about doing a website on this or any other health or mental condition.

If you are considering this topic, you will be in good company as the keyword/phrases you will use are still well-searched terms.

'Till next time,

Mickey Brundege

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Flint005 Premium
Anxiety and panic attacks are definitely no fun
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mickeyb123 Premium
No, and, for some reason, many of them are getting more and more frequent for many people.
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MKearns Premium
Usually an effect of PTD or ADHD. Fortunately I
have neither!
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mickeyb123 Premium
Thank you; You could probably put up a site without doing a lot of research!
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KTurman1 Premium
My boyfriend served 21 years in the Army in combat units and suffers from PTSD. Last week we had two nights in a row where he went into panic attacks and both nights we were up until 3 or 4 am. They are definitely no fun.
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mickeyb123 Premium
I have friends who served with me during the Vietnam era who have problems every once in a while....
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jetrbby80316 Premium
This is a niche I would definitely look deeper in to understand. Panic attacks can be the root cause of many misdiagnosed serious maladies such as heart attacks, ulcers, and vertigo.
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mickeyb123 Premium
They have been known to hide other, deeper issues....
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HelenpDoyle Premium
Mick I have only ever had a few of these. I just take a few deep breaths and take things one step at a time. I do know people where these are debilitating. So a site with this niche could prove very beneficial to them.
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mickeyb123 Premium
Thank you or that info. One of my sons can freeze up and be almost unable to move. We simply have to get him back to his room and that settles him down (where all of his 'stuff' is)
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