Do you experience panic attacks either in specific locations or situations, around certain people, or sometimes for seemingly no reason at all? Are these attacks accompanied by racing heart, shortness of breath, sweating, racing thoughts, and a tightness in your chest? If so, it might be helpful to seek treatment for your panic attacks.
Is there treatment for Panic Disorder?
Yes! Effective treatments for panic attacks and panic disorder do exist. Panic attacks are very scary and can feel terrifying. Sometimes they are really frustrating and seem to always come at the worst times. Worse yet, the fear of having a panic attack often leads to avoidance of many places, situations, people, or activities that are meaningful and rewarding. Fortunately, this condition is treatable with a type of evidence-based cognitive-behavioral therapy called exposure therapy. You don’t have to let panic attacks ruin your life. All of the thoughts, feelings, and sensations associated with these panic attacks can be dealt with in more effective ways that can be learned and practiced in therapy.
Effective Treatment Involves Learning To: