Panic Disorder

Panic attacks can be troubling. When you suffer from frequent panic attacks, you may have Panic Disorder. Nearly 2% of all American adults understand this anxiety, but luckily there are ways to treat the problem.

Symptoms

The symptoms of Panic Disorder can vary. They are the same symptoms as panic attacks, but you get them more often. They can include fear, rapid heart rate, shortness of breath, sweating, hyperventilation, nausea, dizziness, and cramps.

Treatment

One of the most common ways to treat panic disorder is to combat the symptoms when you start to feel them. However, it may be more effective to attempt to determine the root of the problem and stop attacks.

Relax

This technique can be easier said than done, especially when you are in the middle of one of these attacks. However, try to remember this checklist if you find yourself becoming overwhelmed. 

  • Breath deep and slow 
  • Turn on some calming music or background noise 
  • Stretch 
  • Meditate
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This technique can be easier said than done, especially when you are in the middle of one of these attacks. However, try to remember this checklist if you find yourself becoming overwhelmed. 

  • Breath deep and slow 
  • Turn on some calming music or background noise 
  • Stretch 
  • Meditate

Panic Anxiety Therapy

There are different panic attack therapy programs out there that can help you explore what is causing your panic attacks. Like with many problems, when you identify the source, you can start making changes to fix it.

Mental Health Support Program

You can find a mental health support program that will help you deal with both the symptoms and underlying problems of Panic Disorder. They can help you determine the best way to handle the situation and help you work through your panic attacks.

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