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How bad is caffeine if panic disorder?

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Dr. Claude Sassoon
Clinical Psychology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Caffeine and panic

People prone to panic attacks should avoid caffeine.
Caffeine increases anxiety and insomnia. Both increase the probability of occurrence of panic attacks. It is a stimulant that will interfere with the natural tranquilizers in the brain. Caffeine can be found in coffee, tea, chocolate and soft drinks. To reduce caffeine intake, do it gradually to avoid withdrawal headaches and fatigue.

In brief: Caffeine and panic

People prone to panic attacks should avoid caffeine.
Caffeine increases anxiety and insomnia. Both increase the probability of occurrence of panic attacks. It is a stimulant that will interfere with the natural tranquilizers in the brain. Caffeine can be found in coffee, tea, chocolate and soft drinks. To reduce caffeine intake, do it gradually to avoid withdrawal headaches and fatigue.
Dr. Claude Sassoon
Dr. Claude Sassoon
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Dr. Alan Ali
Psychiatry
2 doctors agree

In brief: Caffeine

Depending on the amount consumed, caffeine increases anxiety.

In brief: Caffeine

Depending on the amount consumed, caffeine increases anxiety.
Dr. Alan Ali
Dr. Alan Ali
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