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A 2011 paper by Columbia University researcher Renee D. Goodwin and colleagues states that over 37 percent of adults with panic disorder have lifetime alcohol abuse or dependence. What Are the Effects of Panic Disorder? Panic Disorder Impairs Quality of Life People with panic disorder often struggle with emotional problems and other issues that can have a detrimental effect on their quality of life. Panic disorder sufferers . . are more prone to alcohol and drug abuse have greater risk of suicidal thoughts and attempts spend more time in hospital emergency rooms spend less time on hobbies, sports, and other enjoyable activities tend to be financially dependent on others feel emotionally and physically less healthy than nonsufferers are afraid of driving more than a few miles from home are at higher risk of losing their jobs and having to rely on public assistance or family members Source: American Psychological Association, “Answers to Your Questions About Panic Disorder,” 2012.
Reichenberg is a licensed professional counselor from Falls Church, Virginia, and Seligman (who died in 2007) was a professor emeritus of counseling and development at George Mason University. “ Panic disorder often coexists with mood disorders, with mood symptoms potentially following the onset of panic attacks. ” —Mohammed A. Memon, “Panic Disorder,” Medscape, March 29, 2011. com. Memon is chair of the Department of Psychiatry at the Spartanburg Regional Medical Center in Spartanburg, South Carolina.
Anxiety disorders are believed to have a strong association with suicide, but proving that has been challenging for researchers. Because a significant number of anxiety disorder sufferers have other related conditions, it is difficult to know whether a suicide resulted from the anxiety disorder, the other illness, or from the combination of them. To investigate the possible connection between anxiety disorders and suicide, researchers from Canada’s University of Manitoba conducted a study that was published in September 2010.