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Erasmus Erasmus : Anxiety: The anxiety disorders are regarded by many doctors as conditions that only drug addicts and psychiatric patients suffer from. However, to many people the symptoms are quite real, very debilitating causing real upsets in people's lives through inability to work or to go out in public. They can vary from occasional mild to occasional severe to chronic mild and chronic severe. Many people plan to keep some medication with them for emergencies, just in case they have an attack and can't continue working or need to leave where they are to seek refuge in a safe place.

The anxiety disorders include generalised anxiety, panic attacks, agoraphobia, OCD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder).

Many patients' abuse of drugs and sedatives like alcohol may be related to their need to control symptoms of anxiety.

In the Paill Spectrum theory, the medical symptoms are not due to psychological factors but to physical mechanical disorders of neuronal structure and functioning. Paill Spectrum says that the anxiety disorders are due to changes in structure and functioning of the brain causing behavioural effects. There is nothing imaginary about this condition. It's not even "all" in your head.

Anxiety . . . . .

Erasmus Erasmus : This page introduces the anxiety class of disorders and their clinical definitions, namely anxiety, panic attacks, agoraphobia, OCD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and PTSD (post traumatic stress disorder).  Many sufferers are often regarded with disdain, as they should be “stronger” and control their fears.  The Paill Spectrum model suggests that the symptoms are caused by a real medical condition. Specific other unrecognised symptoms will be evident in the Paill spectrum model, that are currently not thought to be part of the disorder.  Simple blood tests and a response to nutritional and antibiotic treatment are predicted by the Paill Spectrum model.

Anxiety, Phobias, Obsessions: the "Neuroses" :

Erasmus Erasmus : This web page discusses a new theory to explain "anxiety and panic disorder" behavior. . There are characteristic symptoms and signs associated with the disease, currently not recognised by standard medicine but which can be elicited by all concerned. Doctors can change many aspects of the disease by using new diagnostic and treatment approaches.
A Different Perspective: making you unsettled or anxious Feeling Different or Strange Perhaps?. . . . . . . . . . . . Back to Anxiety top

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Clinical Definition of Anxiety & Related Disorders

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Agoraphobia

is a fear of being a place or situation from which the person believes escape may be difficult.  The affected person avoids these situations or places. :-0

Physical symptoms associated with anxiety include:


Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : PTSD Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is characterised by:


A listing of the Anxiety disorders in DSM IV TR (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of the American Psychiatric Association includes:

Anxiety Disorder,
Panic Disorder,
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder, OCD,
Stress Disorder,
Generalized Anxiety Disorder,
PTSD, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder . . . . . . . . . . . . .. . .Alternate Names & Related Disorders Included left & above > . . . . . .. . . Perhaps (?) these are First wave Paill Spectrum Phenomenon

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Comment of the Nature of the "Neuroses" as a Disease Category

Paill Spectrum theory says there is no functional or structural differences in the disease process causing the anxiety disorders (neuroses) as opposed to the disease process causing Madness (the schizophrenic disorders or psychoses). They are caused by the same underlying disease process. The only difference is that different parts of the brain are affected to different extents. The diagnosis and treatment is the same, because both disease groups are Paill Spectrum disorders. In fact, the underlying risk factors that make the disease more severe are the same in both groups of disorders.

These conditions (neuroses), are regarded as being distinct from the psychoses by usual medical thinking.  In the Paill Spectrum model as pioneered by Dr. Xxxxx’s opinion, they are not.  Psychoses represent a broad range of multiple intense "inappropriate" beliefs while some of the obsessions represent a single psychotic intensity belief in the context of a relatively intact reality framework. The only real difference here is simply the amount of damage being done to the patient, or the extent of the symptoms present.

In the Paill Spectrum Model, The difference between neuroses and psychoses is simply a matter of quantity , not one of quality.
The two types of condition (Neuroses & Psychoses), differ only in terms of the extent and nature of the damage done by the same disease process.

An example comes to mind of two elderly ladies in hospital together. One of the women had schizophrenia, (classically regarded as madness). The other had a condition called OCD, where she had developed a germ phobia, and was convinced that there were germs everywhere. (Actually true, if you think about it, but most of us don't obsess or worry about it.)
The lady with schizophrenia mentioned to Dr Xxxxx about the other lady with whom she shared a room. She said, "Look, I know I have Schizophrenia. But that lady, (the one with OCD), She's Mad!"

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : So two ladies one diagnosed with medical "madness" (schizophrenia) and one diagnosed with medical badness ( neuroses = OCD), both would classify each other as "mad". Maybe the distinctions made by doctors between these two diseases are actually more imaginary than real. The difference between Neuroses & Psychoses, may simply be a matter of quantity , not one of quality. The medical description and diagnosis is based on the behavior of the two affected patients looking different. But the key observation is not that these diseases are different , but that they both affect ideas or thoughts inside the head. The key observation then is that they actually in this respect are the same.

Taking this "Medical Terminology" concept to its logical extreme, a patient who thinks they are Jesus Christ would be medically classified as having "Jesus Christ Disease". A patient who thinks they are the prophet Mohammed would be diagnosed with " Prophet Mohammed Disease". Maybe it makes sense to someone, but there are obvious problems with this type of diagnostic process. I think many of us normal people would say the people who classify diagnoses on these bases, i.e. doctors, are idiots themselves, Still that's exactly what doctors are taught today. Most medical descriptions of psychiatric disorders are based on observed differences similar to those in the example above. Paill Spectrum is a disease of brain short circuits and overimprinted ideas. What the idea or thought or obsession or fixation or behaviour actually is is irrelevant in this model. The idea that "I am fat" when I weigh 42kg is just as crazy as the idea that "I am Jesus Christ". In both cases the problem is the "idea" not the topic of the idea. The main difference between these disorders is that different ideas have different consequences in terms of behaviour and physical effects on the body. The underlying disease process is the same.

Erasmus Erasmus : The Paill Spectrum model suggests that these "different" conditions may be more closely related than is currently appreciated. Patients with anxiety disorders (one of the neuroses) and patients with psychoses, have real physical conditions affecting their mind. The problem is not " all in your head".

Paill Spectrum Clinical Information: See :>>

Watches and watching time: making you anxiousPeople with panic attacks feel as if they are running out of time.
They need to move or escape, but from what and to where?

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Kinkajou Kinkajou: So, What is Wrong with our Current Understanding of Anxiety?

In the Paill Spectrum model:
Often Unrecognised Symptoms of Paill Spectrum in Patients with these “Neuroses”

There are many symptoms common in patients with anxiety that are not recognised.

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx :

  1. Sore regions of the body such as sore elbows (tennis or golfers elbows),
  2. Sore chest,
  3. Sharp chest jabs often called by doctors: atypical chest wall pains: not your heart, (non-cardiac)
  4. Poor balance
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  6. Poor memory: failing ability to recall phone numbers
  7. Narrow mindedness
  8. Memory or recall issues.
  9. Failing ability to recall phone numbers
  10. Associative Deficits

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Sequencing Deficits: Problems with sequence processing of ideas or activities. 

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Mood volatility:

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Failing relationships: ;-[
The partners of these people often think they are mad as they develop intense fixations on particular ideas or beliefs.  These beliefs are inconsolable and are often unable to be changed by discussions with people around them.  They can be quite bizarre such as “real men always have the toilet paper over not under.”

Impulsive behaviour:

Stupid things done for stupid reasons, occasionally causing harmful social or legal consequences. Back to Anxiety top  

.Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : A serious late adult symptom is distorted memories: The affected person remembers things that the people they know well, realise are quite untrue.

“Crisis: events" :-0

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Many of these symptoms and signs are of illness are common to all Paill Spectrum Illnesses, in the Paill Spectrum Model. The same list of unexpected findings would occur in many patients with a Paill Spectrum condition, since the underlying disease process is the same in all the illnesses.

Science and Computers: anxiety is a non-scientific diagnosis

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : There is no scientific method of confirming a "psychiatric" diagnosis.
Paill Spectrum can be confirmed by multiple blood tests at any one time & by sequential assays.

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Other symptoms of Paill Spectrum will often be found if searched for.  Distinct blood test changes will also be found.  Patients respond to both nutritional and antibiotic therapies.  Relying solely on antibiotic therapy is unwise with Paill SpectrumThe Paill Spectrum model of disease as developed by Dr. Xxxxx suggests that current psychiatric medications may assist with some of the behavioural quirks associated with the condition in giving symptomatic relief in much the same way that Paracetamol (Panadol) gives relief from headaches or fever.  These medications make behaviours rapidly better.  They do not change the progress of the Asperger’s or the developmental problems.

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Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Prognosis with Anxiety or Related Neuroses, in the Paill Spectrum Model

There is no magic cure for people who have a long history of Anxiety, phobia, OCD, or PTSD disorders.  The damage has already been done, but there is also ongoing damage.  Without treatment these Paill Spectrum conditions continue to progress.  Symptomatic treatment with antidepressants is important as people feel better quickly and function better if they lose their symptoms of depression. In the long-term the Paill Spectrum disease process which may underlie their illness continues to progress.

The next phase of the progression of a long term Paill Spectrum developmental illness involves:

.There is a classical "Immune" response evident over three months if the Paill Spectrum treatment is initiated, confirming the initial diagnosis (based on the criteria as mentioned in the Download Page again). More Information is available on the advice sheets: Advice Info written by Dr. Xxxxx.

Symptoms return in some patients in three to nine months,

See Cases of depression / exacerbated by anxiety. There are other cases which are relevant to the sorts of ways that depressed people may present to their doctor.

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Paill Spectrum Model of Infection Waves in the Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety/ Panic and Agoraphobia is perhaps a first wave Paill Spectrum phenomenon

PTSD and OCD are perhaps second wave Paill Spectrum phenomena.  These conditions occur predominantly in adults.  Anxieties need not be an exclusively adult phenomena, but children rarely know how to complain. It is possible that children who fidget excessively or display bizarre phobias, may have a symptom of anxiety.

To read about a case where a young woman's life is unravelling with anxiety and mood changes, see Case VI (Paill Anxiety)

Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : The Paill Spectrum Model and Markers of Disease,
in the Anxiety Disorders

The Paill Spectrum disease model as pioneered by Dr. Xxxxx, suggests that many neuroses like Anxiety, Panic, Agoraphobia, OCD, or PTSD- like illnesses are caused by infection with the Paill Spectrum organism.  The presence of the organism can be detected by specific blood tests, responds to specific antibiotics, (documentable by an standard immune response to those same antibiotics) and is associated with other characteristic symptoms unique to the Paill Spectrum organism.  These other symptoms will also improve subtly and slowly but definitely with Paill Spectrum treatment. Back to Anxiety top  

It is critical to treat people with effective therapy, not just symptomatic medication, or drugs.  Medicine for “symptoms” does not change the progress of the disease.  Common medications used include: the antidepressants such as: Zoloft (Sertraline), Prozac, Aropax, Tryptanol (Amitriptyline often confused as amitriptyline / amitriptyline).  These treatments relieve the symptoms of the illness and make people feel better.

More common medications used to treat anxieties include "Sedative" class medications; Typical examples are:
Benzodiazepine class medications: Diazepam (Valium) or Oxazepam (Serepax or Murelax) as well as many others. Alcohol : is a good if very short acting sedative. :-| Back to Anxiety top  

Erasmus Erasmus : In summary, there are a number of medications that are commonly used to ease symptoms of anxiety. Society often regards these people as just having some sort of weakness. It would be more truthful to say that these patients use these medications because they find they need to. They also often need to use them long term, frequently and often. The reason given by the disease model pioneered by Dr. Xxxxx, is perhaps a Paill Spectrum reason.

Looking downan empty street to a church: know where to find for anxiety or piety?

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Erasmus Erasmus : Analysing Cases, Using the Paill Spectrum Model:

Case 1 : Acute Depression with jitters after a death in the family

This patient experiences attacks of "Anxious Depression". This complex history shows the appearance of symptoms of Paill Spectrum such as headaches and the typical sore spots over many years. Paill Spectrum treatment resolves the symptoms. She relapses many months after ceasing treatment, a typical Paill Spectrum scenario.

Case 3 : A Young Man with a "blanking" crisis

This man presented acutely ill, barely able to communicate. He was irritable and "lazy", but not depressed. With Paill Spectrum treatment he started to work again and to talk freely.

Case 5 : A Bad Young Man

This angry young person with a very poor memory, became a very pleasant well behaved industrious family man after a course of Paill Spectrum treatment. Back to Anxiety top  

Case 6 : Mainly anxiety, but mixed with misery as the relationship gets stressed

This young woman's life was beginning to unravel. Anxiety, irritability, panic attacks and fighting with her spouse was pushing her relationship to the brink. She responded very well to Paill Spectrum treatment but relapsed as often occurs months after ceasing the treatment. The condition responded well to a second round of treatment.


Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Predicted Treatment “Effects” in the Paill Spectrum Model

Paill Spectrum treatment comes as a package deal.  All of the types of nutritional and antibiotic therapy are critical to the long-term treatment success.  Bizarre events may occur with treatment, though these are only usually seen in the second line antibiotic therapies.  The therapies chosen and promoted in this website are chosen for safety and low side effect profile. The Paill Spectrum model of disease as developed by Dr. Xxxxx suggests that these are signposts on the road to recovery, not as reasons to abandon treatment. The Paill Spectrum model predicts these reactions and treatment events. Extreme care should be taken not to label them simply as allergies without full history and assessment of the individual's case. Back to Anxiety top   


.The Paill Spectrum model gives that anxiety and related conditions are real symptoms of a real disease, and that the conditions need "real" treatment.
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Erasmus Erasmus : The topic of this web page has been looking at the possibility of
Paill Spectrum as a cause of the anxiety disorders. The page looks at "Anxiety: New Treatment". The talk covers topics of : Paill Spectrum, Anxiety, phobia, obsession, neurotic, panic disorder, PTSD, OCD, agoraphobia,

Symptoms of these disorders include:

Symptomatic treatment mainstays include sedatives such as diazepam or valium

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Erasmus Erasmus : Panic Attacks and anxiety are an intolerable and real problem for those who suffer them. However, many doctors would regard the patients who suffer from them to malingerers or drug (benzo) addicts. Again and again, patients tell their doctors about attacks of intolerable symptoms: jitters, shakes, being unable to sleep, dizziness, nausea, heart racing and abnormal heart beats seemingly presaging imminent death, chest pains, tingling feelings in lips and hands, fear, panic feelings making them run from wherever they may be seeking some kind of safety and perhaps symptoms such as faintness or tremors in the head or body.

Erasmus Erasmus : These patients are really sick. Yet often, no one will believe them. What does modern medicine think is wrong with these people?
Dr XxxxxDR Xxxxx : Modern medicine tells these people to “Suck it up, sunshine. “ “Think pure thoughts and you will be better”. “All you need is a positive attitude”.

Dr AXxxxx Dr AXxxxx Exactly what you would expect from those droll plebeian doctors. An attack of tremors and jitters is actually caused by a bit of brain cooking off. Yet these idiots want to give you a good talking to.
Erasmus Erasmus : There are a number of other conditions related to   the family of the anxiety disorders in the Paill Spectrum model. These so called neuroses include Phobias, including agoraphobia, obsessions OCD, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and PTSD (post-traumatic stress disorder). The Paill Spectrum model suggests that the cause is the same in all cases.

 Dr AXxxxx Dr AXxxxx The symptoms just change depending on which bit of brain is cooking off and how bad the cook off is. (Cackle).

Erasmus Erasmus : We often see other symptoms in these people such as memory loss, poor memory, rage, volatile mood, failing relationship, impulsive, headaches. Many patients’ abuse of drugs and sedatives like alcohol may be related to their need to control symptoms of anxiety. The medical symptoms are not due to psychological factors but to physical mechanical disorders of neuronal structure and functioning.