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What really works to alleviate anxiety and panic disorder?
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Dr. Missid Ghanem
Clinical Psychology
3 doctors agree
In brief: See below...
Psychotherapy with or without meds.
Also look into emotional freedom technique/tapping (www. Eftuniverse.Com). Get into psychotherapy; engage wholeheartedly & openly in the process & stick to it. You'll be so glad u did! wishing u well...

In brief: See below...
Psychotherapy with or without meds.
Also look into emotional freedom technique/tapping (www. Eftuniverse.Com). Get into psychotherapy; engage wholeheartedly & openly in the process & stick to it. You'll be so glad u did! wishing u well...
Dr. Missid Ghanem
Dr. Missid Ghanem
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Dr. Kevin Passer
Pediatrics - Psychiatry
2 doctors agree
In brief: Face Your Fears
Facing one's fears head on is called desensitization or habituation therapy.
You need to face your fears until you have a panic attack and then, do not do anything to try and make the anxiety go away. Allow the anxiety to wash over your body and you will eventually set yourself free from the anxiety.

In brief: Face Your Fears
Facing one's fears head on is called desensitization or habituation therapy.
You need to face your fears until you have a panic attack and then, do not do anything to try and make the anxiety go away. Allow the anxiety to wash over your body and you will eventually set yourself free from the anxiety.
Dr. Kevin Passer
Dr. Kevin Passer
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Dr. Claude Sassoon
Clinical Psychology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Psychotherapy ASAP
Consult with a psychotherapist for cognitive behavioral treatment.
If symptoms are moderate to severe, he/she will refer you to a psychiatrist for medication. The condition is generally not too difficult to treat, especially if it is addressed sooner rather than later.

In brief: Psychotherapy ASAP
Consult with a psychotherapist for cognitive behavioral treatment.
If symptoms are moderate to severe, he/she will refer you to a psychiatrist for medication. The condition is generally not too difficult to treat, especially if it is addressed sooner rather than later.
Dr. Claude Sassoon
Dr. Claude Sassoon
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