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Relaxation techniques for panic attacks

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Dr.   Gaurav Katiyar MD

i would like to have xanax barsi have severe anxity i have so many things that make me nevous View answer

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Dr. Michelle Gibson James MD

What is a panic attack!?!? What causes them and what can I do to stop or control them!?!? ... View answer

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Dr.  Manisha Gopal MD

. I was 10 before i started getting the panic attacks. I was about 2 immediately after. Now this is my ... a fortnight or so, when I have to consciously tell myself that this is just a panic... View answer

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Dr.   Srikanth Reddy MD

I recently relocated and to date have been unable to find a Physician. I can not qualify until November for the Obama care. I have severe panic attacks and suffer from PTSD . I have insomnia as well ... View answer

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Dr.   Srikanth Reddy MD

Dear Dr XXXXXXX It's good to be in touch with you again. Since my last talk with you, things seem to have become worse. The "attacks" are still episodic, and consist of Severe vertigo, ataxia, aphasia, memory loss... View answer

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Dr. Chirag Parmar MD

Hi, I m 16, female and pretty normal. I keep having panic attacks and hyperventilate as I speak. I ... in that situation. I ve also tried relaxation techniques but I snap back to being tense and... View answer

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Dr. Chirag Parmar MD

i recently had a panic attack and now every time i drink any caffeine my heart starts pounding and hurting? What is going on with my heart? My left arm hurts too ... View answer

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Dr. Chirag Parmar MD

am 19 years old, as far as I know I am in perfectly good health. I m not overweight , I eat healthy. I dont excercise everyday but I get my fair share in. Last night at school I was sitting at my desk and suddenly my heart... View answer

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Dr. Chirag Parmar MD

and AM a sufferer of panic attacks? I am scared I am having a heart attack. I checked my blood pressure and it was fine this morning, am I just freaking myself out or is it just a panic attack? ... View answer

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Dr. Chirag Parmar MD

Panick attacks. Do you get them? What do you think is the cause they are happening to you? I think it happens to me when I am too tired and stressed out. I need to get to the heart of the matter. The therapy is going too... View answer

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Dr. Kaushal Bhavsar MD

Fearful ness, shaking, worriness, tremors, speech problems, shivering, sweating, tension etc are symptoms of panuc attack. Please hit thanks.

Dr.  Krunal Modi MD

Hello, Welcome to HCM. Do deep breathing exercise daily mainly at night. Do heavy exercise like swimming or cycling. Involve yourself in work, games, music, reading etc. Do yoga and meditations. Drink liquids more. Take...

Dr. Shanthi.E MD

uneasiness, fearfulness, worried thoughts are few of the symptoms of panic attacks.