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    1. Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOIs) for Social Anxiety Disorder

      Drug details for Monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) for social anxiety disorder.

    2. Benzodiazepines for Social Anxiety Disorder

      Drug details for Benzodiazepines for social anxiety disorder.

    3. Anxiety Panic acTopic Centers - Prevention

      While panic disorder cannot be prevented, you may be able to prevent or reduce the number of additional panic attacks with proper treatment.

    4. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Home Treatment

      You may be able to decrease the number of panic attacks due to panic disorder and reduce the severity of your symptoms when an attack does occur by: Reducing anxiety by doing tension - reducing activities and lowering the amount of stress in your life. Do

    5. Anxiety Panic acTopic Centers - Exams and Tests

      Social anxiety disorder is diagnosed based on your medical history, physical exam, and sometimes a mental health assessment, which is an evaluation of psychological symptoms.

    6. Anxiety Panic acTopic Centers - Topic Overview

      People with social anxiety disorder are extremely anxious about what they will say or do in front of other people.

    7. Anxiety Panic acTopic Centers - Exams and Tests

      Panic disorder usually is diagnosed through a medical history and a physical exam. The health professional will ask you questions about your symptoms and will listen to your heart, check your blood pressure, and may order blood tests. The health professio

    8. Anxiety Panic acTopic Centers - Treatment Overview

      Learn about medication and other treatment for panic disorder.

    9. Benzodiazepines for Panic Disorder

      Drug details for Benzodiazepines for panic disorder.

    10. Social Anxiety Disorder - Prevention

      You can help prevent anxiety attacks. Avoid caffeine, such as coffee, tea, Mountain Dew, colas, and chocolate. Caffeine can keep you in a tense, aroused condition. Do not smoke or use smokeless (spit) tobacco products.

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