Panic Attacks

Panic Disorder: Coping through Knowledge

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In Mark Vonnegut’s “The Eden Express,” his memoir on his schizophrenia, he wrote that knowing he was crazy didn’t stop the crazy stuff from happening. But sometimes, with some disorders, that might be a big help. I was driving with my then fiancee, later wife, one gray winter Saturday afternoon. We had been shopping and [...]

Panic Attacks Can’t Hurt You–Really!

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The article I’m Dying: What a Panic Attack Feels Like is one of the most popular posts on this site, with over 350 comments. Many of the comments–some are very long–are heartbreaking: relationships wrecked, jobs lost, fear trailing like a shadow. Over and over people describe how panic attacks affect them: In response to heart [...]

What Panic Attacks Have Taught Me

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All anxiety disorders can devastate your life. But panic attacks are unique in their ability to spread fear and uncertainty into every minute, every daily activity, every relationship. You become a virtual prisoner of that fear, with all your freedom to act snatched by the awful anticipation of the next panic attack. I had my [...]

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