Panic disorder is a type of anxiety disorder. A person with panic disorder has panic attacks, which are repeated, unexpected episodes of intense fear and anxiety along with physical symptoms linked to the body's normal response to danger.
If you are truly in danger (for example, if you are confronted by a criminal with a gun), your body readies itself for "fight or flight." Your heart rate increases; blood rushes to your arm and leg muscles, causing a trembling or tingling...Read more
I am suffering from extreme chronic depression and panic disorder. Can Xanax and Klonopin help? Have other people experienced added... Read more »
Inositol, a nutrient that is available as a supplement, has been shown to reduce symptoms of panic disorder and obsessive compulsive... Read more »