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Persons with Panic Disorder experience recurrent, unexpected periods of intense anxiety called panic attacks. These attacks can be very disabling. Sometimes the symtoms are so intense that the individual thinks she or he is having a heart attack and dying. It is not uncommon for persons experiencing a panic attack to appear in the emergency room.
Signs of a panic attack can include:
Panic attacks can be treated with medication. However, avoidance behavior due to panic attacks also responds to supportive therapy.
If you or someone you know appears to suffer from Panic Disorder, call for help.
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