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Category: panic attack symptoms

Freedom From Panic Disorder Medication; Three Steps to Preventing Rebound Panic

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Drug-Free Treatment for Panic Disorder is Not Readily Available “If I had known, I would have never started on medication!” I meet more and more panic sufferers who are unaware that, in 1991, the National Institute of Health (NIH) endorsed a powerful, drug-free, scientific method to live panic-free. CBT for Panic Disorder, provided by trained expert doctors, is still not readily available. When I meet…

Panic Disorder: Three Keys to Living Panic-Free

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Key #1: Stop Devastating Emergency Room Panic When struck with your first episode of terror, the physical sensations of heart pounding and shortness of breath can be so frightening that you are convinced you are on the verge of death or insanity. You can, suddenly, find yourself in an ambulance traveling to the nearest ER at 2:00AM! Naturally, the top priority is to develop powerful…

Why Do Panic Patients See So Many Medical Doctors?

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Panic patients are suddenly hit with a barrage of physical symptoms, “Out of the Blue”. When dizziness, heart pounding, shortness of breath, weakness, numbness in the hands and feet, and hot cold spells strike without apparent cause, panic sufferers frequently seek medical evaluations (emergency rooms, family doctors) to determine the cause. Ballenger (1987) states that 90% of panic sufferers believe they have a physical disorder….

Panic Prevention: Are Out of the Blue Panic Attacks Really Out of the Blue?

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Your First Out of the Blue Panic Attack “It was a Monday morning and everything was just fine. I was listening to a song on the radio as I was driving to work, when all of sudden out of nowhere, my heart began to thump wildly, my head felt woozy and a burning sensation flashed through my body. I thought this is the end. I…