In this article, the recent studies made on panic disorders are summarized. The age range where panic disorder is observed the most is 20-29, and it was founded that the rate of prevalence in women of these ages is two times higher than that of men.
Anxiety, which can be described as a state of excessive worry, apprehension and restlessness, is one of the states most commonly experienced by people. When confronted with a threat, people feel a high level of apprehension. At the same time fight or flight reactions set in when the nervous system is strongly stimulated. These establish themselves as sweating, shivering, hot flushes, numbness, palpitations, a feeling of suffocation, alienation. They are produced by the sympathetic nervous system whose task is to deal with danger.