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  1. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Other Treatment

    Other treatments for panic disorder include cognitive-behavioral therapy and exposure therapy.

  2. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Health Tools

    Health tools help you make wise health decisions or take action to improve your health. Decision Points focus on key medical care decisions that are important to many health problems. Should I take medications to treat panic disorder?

  3. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Topic Overview

    Information on panic attacks and panic disorder.

  4. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - When To Call a Doctor

    Call your health professional if you experience: attacks of intense fear or anxiety that seem to come on without a reason.

  5. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Cause

    Learn about panic disorder and factors that cause it.

  6. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Medications

    Medications for panic disorder are often used to control the symptoms of panic attacks, reduce their number and severity, and reduce the anxiety and fear associated with having another attack. Learn more.

  7. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Treatment Overview

    Learn about medication and other treatment for panic disorder.

  8. 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

  9. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - Prevention

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

  10. Panic Attacks and Panic Disorder - What Happens

    You may be diagnosed with panic disorder after several unexpected panic attacks and continuing fear of having another attack. These attacks can have mild to severe symptoms and usually last less than 30 minutes.

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