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Panic attacks. On medication. Felt dizzy. Why?

Good evening dr. i am suffering frompanic attacks since 2 yrs. however i am on medication like nexito 20mg and zapiz sos. i feel i would get panic attack any time. however it does not happen. just a thought of it coming and then goes off slowly. however todaymorning i got the panic attack when i woke up at 6am i immd took 2 tab of zapiz 0.25 and then since i found no relief i took another 2 tab and then found relief. i did feel dizzy after taking the same. kindly help me to come out of this. i am working in an hospital industry. ThankYou xyz
Asked On : Mon, 3 Sep 2012
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dear rachel, hello.
the medication given for anxiety and depression have side effects, so these medication should not be taken in extra dose unless adviced by a doctor. you are feeling dizzy because of taking zapiz should drink plenty of water. This will help you to some extent.
For decreasing the frequency of panic attacks, you should try meditation and yoga. this will help your body in many other ways also.
thanks and take care.
Answered: Mon, 10 Sep 2012
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