Does Childhood Anxiety Disorder Predict Adult Panic Disorder?

Without proper observation and treatment most of the anxiety affected children suffer from agoraphobia in their adolescence period. During my childhood we often visited the local park to play football with this friends. I usually had to bring my very own kit, no one in a nearby had any balls to play with. We just kept playing for hours and hours.

Ah, those were the good times.

Uh oh, I need to quickly finish writing this short article on my blog because that stupid dog is barking down the hall, meaning that my friend has finally arrived. We are going to have such a good time.

Besides the separation anxiety there are other children anxieties, but the researchers mark that other anxieties of children are not generally the cause of adult anxiety. It is not that adult panic is only caused by childhood anxiety, rather they observed that the child who has been intervened in his childhood for anxiety disorder and if the disease could not be cured in childhood, the potential of anxiety developing further is greater. Anxiety can develop at any time any place, but it also can be cured at any age, any time.

To find out a satisfactory answer to the question whether childhood anxiety disorder predict adult panic disorder and agoraphobia or not, the researchers mark that the child who has separation anxiety disorder in his or her childhood are more likely to develop anxiety disorder and agoraphobia. Although there is no specific relation found between the separation anxiety disorder and adult panic disorder but the childhood separation anxiety is the cause of adult panic.

It is ever located question to the psychiatrists who deal with the problem of anxiety disorder among children and adult panic disorder in the adolescence period or later. This question is very much discussed among the psychiatrists and various researches have been conducted on this topic. The result which had come out after the research was very confusing and was not able to give particular solution. It is impossible to find out a solution to this kind of a question, because the researchers always have to depend on the patients and specific kind of symptoms which are found in the patients.

Anxiety disorder among the children is very common, because in the childhood they are not able to express their problem rightly. So, they gradually develop a communication gap with their elders. Sometimes a proper suggestion of the elders may be effective to a particular child if he or she is not afraid of them. But as the child grows up he or she may come out of this problem. In some cases the anxiety might be an inborn problem and a proper diagnosis is required for that.

Without a correct diagnosis the anxiety disorder of childhood may result in adult panic disorder or agoraphobia. Anxiety affected children may feel agoraphobia in any difficult situation from which escaping is very difficult. This situation might happen in a crowded road, in a bus or plane"> journey, outside the home or while traveling in a car.