Is there a correlation between anxiety attacks and other forms of neurological disorders? by Connie b. Dellobuono
Answer by Connie b. Dellobuono:
From Wiki: The release of adrenaline during a panic attack causes vasoconstriction resulting in slightly less blood flow to the head which causes dizziness and lightheadedness. A panic attack can cause blood sugar to be drawn away from the brain and toward the major muscles. The person experiencing the attack might feel as if they are unable to catch their breath; they begin to take deeper breaths, which acts to decrease carbon dioxide levels in the blood.
Vascular health is important for the brain.
Is there a correlation between anxiety attacks and other forms of neurological disorders?