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Carmen’s Story: Overcoming Panic Attacks

A psychologist helped reduce fear, relieve emotional pain, and control thoughts that influenced panic attacks. This link will take you to a web site that can help.

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Understanding Panic Attack -- the Basics

Panic attacks are unmistakable. You're involved in some ordinary aspect of life when suddenly your heart begins to pound and you hyperventilate, sweat, and tremble. You fear you are having a heart attack, going crazy, or even dying. Then, 10 minutes or so later, it's gone. What just happened? You have had a panic attack.  Panic attacks are fairly common, usually beginning between ages 15 and 25. If you have recurrent panic attacks, a persistent fear of subsequent attacks occurring, or if you...

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Video: Social Anxiety Disorder

This video features a young woman who's dealing with social anxiety disorder.

Video: Social Anxiety Disorder

 

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Reviewed by Joseph Goldberg, MD on October 08, 2012
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