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Sudden, intense fear or anxiety, often accompanied by physical symptoms like rapid heartbeat and sweating.


What is Panic Disorder?

Panic disorder is a type of anxiety disorder characterized by sudden and recurring panic attacks. These attacks are intense periods of fear or discomfort that peak within minutes.


Do you have Panic Disorder?

If you frequently experience sudden and intense episodes of fear or discomfort accompanied by physical symptoms like rapid heart rate, sweating, trembling, shortness of breath, or feelings of impending doom, and these episodes occur unexpectedly and repeatedly, you may be experiencing panic disorder.


What can I do if I have Panic Disorder?

If you have panic disorder, seek support from a therapist trained in treating anxiety disorders. They can help you learn coping strategies and techniques to manage panic attacks effectively, and consider medication prescribed by a psychiatrist if necessary.

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