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Panic disorder is diagnosed in people who have abrupt and repetitive attacks of fear that last for several minutes or longer. These are called panic attacks and are identified by a fear of catastrophe or of losing control even when there is no real crisis. Panic attacks occur unexpectedly, sometimes even during sleep and many people with panic disorders worry about and fear the possibility of having another attack. Panic disorders are a serious condition and can affect daily functioning and general quality of life.
Symptoms Of Panic Disorders
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Helpful Links For Panic Disorders
- National Institute of Mental Health - Offers information and understanding of mental illnesses, including signs and symptoms and treatment of panic attacks.
- Anxiety and Depression Society of America - A comprehensive resource for people and suffer from anxiety and depression.
- National Anxiety/Panic Disorder Newsletter - Your FREE Guide To Anxiety, Panic Attacks & Phobias Do you feel like you have, or could be developing, an anxiety disorder? This website contains much of the most recent anxiety and panic attacks related information available and is updated regularly as more research becomes available.