Question of the Week: Anxiety Triggers

Eileen Bailey Health Guide
  • Over the past couple weeks, we have had an ongoing discussion about whether it is a myth that anxiety attacks can occur with or without a trigger. For some, panic attacks can occur without warning and seemingly without a trigger. The discussion has centered around the possibility of an underlying trigger, maybe one that has occurred without you even realizing it.


    So my question is: What do you think? Has your experience been that panic attacks do not necessarily come on because of a trigger or without warning or do you experience panic attacks because of a particular situation (thinking about the situation would be considered a trigger)?

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    For more information:


    Myths About Anxiety


    Identifying Triggers


    Thanks for your responses.



Published On: February 02, 2010