Anxiety, Depression and PSTD

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Psychology

 

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Brian N

 

Date added:

April 22, 2012

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Who is more prone to developing anxiety (or post traumatic stress disorder) over 9/11? The reason I find anxiety and depression very interesting is because my mother, aunt, and best friend suffer from it. My best friend's first experience with anxiety occurred at the age of sixteen. She and I were together and out of nowhere she had turned a greenish color, told me she could not breath and thought that she was going to die, I being sixteen also at the time had no idea what was going on and in turn called an ambulance...
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She and I were together and out of nowhere she had turned a greenish color, told me she could not breath and thought that she was going to die, I being sixteen also at the time had no idea what was going on and in turn called an ambulance. Little did I know my friend was having an anxiety attack. My aunt in the passed year has experienced a couple of attacks also, she is on medication right now because they are very frequent as opposed to my friend who has only had a couple in her lifetime...
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