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Dear sir, again I am reaching out for continued help with factoring in anxiety and depression with physical symptoms..Panic seems to be replacing anxiety. Something I could do without ! XXXXXXX Welsh
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This question is for Dr. DITAH, ONLY
Dear sir, again I am reaching out for continued help with factoring in anxiety and depression with physical symptoms..Panic seems to be replacing anxiety. Something I could do without ! XXXXXXX Welsh
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Answered by Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (26 hours later)
Brief Answer:
Counselor and psychologist and medicine can help you including depression, anxiety and panic disorder

Detailed Answer:
Hello and thank you for your question XXXXXXX
I have read your chief complaint and hope I can be of help to you today. Through reading your query I understand what you question. I am sorry that Dr. Ditah could not reach you yet.

I expect you already discussed with him a lot about your factor of anxiety and depression. You may feel extreme or severe anxiety because of very worried a lot about things happen in your life. So this can make you trouble sleeping or forget things. Plus, they can have physical symptoms. For instance, you may feel very tired and have tense muscles. Some get stomach aches or feel chest tightness. Are you more anxious than you think is normal? You may need to see a doctor if your symptoms is worse and get overly anxious about things that other people handle more easily. See you doctor direct they can help you to measure your anxiety and depression level. There are different treatments that can help you.

I would recommend counseling with a counselor, psychologist, or psychiatrist. It is always wise to combine medicine with counseling to talk about your feelings, relationships, and your worries. This therapy can help find new ways of thinking about your situation so that you feel less anxious. In therapy, you also learn new skills to reduce anxiety. If counseling and psychiatrist not so helpful combine with medicine also a good choice for you.

Medicine used to treat depression also can relieve anxiety too called antidepression medicine. A combination of a varied diet and regular exercise might be helpful in overcoming your anxiety and depression. Regarding your panic disorder, you might also worry about having panic attacks in the future.

The cognitive-behavioral therapy from you talks to your psychologist or counselor about the thing you think and do. They can help you to change how you think about your situation and how you react to it. The medicine for depression or anxiety can help you with panic disorder.

Hope I have answered your query.
Wish you good health. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Best regards,
Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey,
General and Family Physician

Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Arnab Banerjee
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Answered by Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey (0 minute later)
Brief Answer:
Counselor and psychologist and medicine can help you including depression, anxiety and panic disorder

Detailed Answer:
Hello and thank you for your question XXXXXXX
I have read your chief complaint and hope I can be of help to you today. Through reading your query I understand what you question. I am sorry that Dr. Ditah could not reach you yet.

I expect you already discussed with him a lot about your factor of anxiety and depression. You may feel extreme or severe anxiety because of very worried a lot about things happen in your life. So this can make you trouble sleeping or forget things. Plus, they can have physical symptoms. For instance, you may feel very tired and have tense muscles. Some get stomach aches or feel chest tightness. Are you more anxious than you think is normal? You may need to see a doctor if your symptoms is worse and get overly anxious about things that other people handle more easily. See you doctor direct they can help you to measure your anxiety and depression level. There are different treatments that can help you.

I would recommend counseling with a counselor, psychologist, or psychiatrist. It is always wise to combine medicine with counseling to talk about your feelings, relationships, and your worries. This therapy can help find new ways of thinking about your situation so that you feel less anxious. In therapy, you also learn new skills to reduce anxiety. If counseling and psychiatrist not so helpful combine with medicine also a good choice for you.

Medicine used to treat depression also can relieve anxiety too called antidepression medicine. A combination of a varied diet and regular exercise might be helpful in overcoming your anxiety and depression. Regarding your panic disorder, you might also worry about having panic attacks in the future.

The cognitive-behavioral therapy from you talks to your psychologist or counselor about the thing you think and do. They can help you to change how you think about your situation and how you react to it. The medicine for depression or anxiety can help you with panic disorder.

Hope I have answered your query.
Wish you good health. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Best regards,
Dr. Heang Chan Raksmey,
General and Family Physician

Above answer was peer-reviewed by : Dr. Arnab Banerjee
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This Question Is For Dr. DITAH, ONLY Dear Sir, Again

This question is for Dr. DITAH, ONLY Dear sir, again I am reaching out for continued help with factoring in anxiety and depression with physical symptoms..Panic seems to be replacing anxiety. Something I could do without ! XXXXXXX Welsh