Panic Disorder Treatment

When one undergoes excessive stress, the body is subjected to several emotional and physical changes and so it tends to lose its natural balance and functioning. Stressful situations can trigger panic disorders, which consists of symptoms, such as nausea, shortness of breath and muscle spasms. Panic disorders can lead to stomach problems and increase in the risks of heart attacks and strokes. Panic attacks are usually divided into two categories; panic disorder with agoraphobia and panic disorder without agoraphobia.

A panic disorder with agoraphobia occurs when a person fears having a panic attack in a given place, from where they may be unable to escape. They fear drawing attention towards them as they leave. In other words, they feel cornered in a kind of social setup. On the other hand, a panic disorder without agoraphobia is characterized by recurrent unexpected panic attacks that do not occur due to direct physiological effects of substances such as drugs nor mental disorders, such as Social Phobia and Specific Phobia. If you are having any kind of panic disorder, here are some potential remedies that you may want to consider.

Panic Disorder Treatment Options

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