Panic Disorder Treatment Overview
First steps to consider
- If you are experiencing mild symptoms of panic disorder there are several strategies you can use at home, like deep breathing and meditation, to help you manage your symptoms.
When you may need a provider
- If it’s the first time you’ve had a panic attack, you should call your healthcare provider.
- If you’ve had repeated panic attacks, see a mental health professional. They will do a thorough medical and psychological evaluation and help create a treatment plan.
Panic attacks can mimic symptoms of a heart attack or asthma attack. So if you have chest pain or difficulty breathing, call 911 or go to the ER to make sure it isn’t something more serious.
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