Monday, December 5, 2011

About Panic Disorder: When Treatment Isn't Helping

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From Katharina Star, your Guide to Panic Disorder
Deciding to seek out help for panic disorder is a big step towards your recovery process. However, there may be times when it seems like none of your treatment options are working. This can be due to a variety of reasons, such as communication problems with your doctor, false assumptions about your disorder, or lack of support from loved ones. This week, think about how helpful your treatment options have been and decide your next steps towards getting the help you need.

Do You Need to Change Doctors ?
Most doctors or specialists who treat panic disorder will help you understand your symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options. You will most likely find that your doctor is a caring and knowledgeable professional, who is dedicated to helping you manage your condition. However, there can be some potential issues that may make you consider changing doctors, such as poor communication or lack of personal attention. This article examines possible problems you may have with your doctor and help you determine if you may need to change doctors.

Why Isn't Therapy Working?
Psychotherapy is one of the most common treatment options for anxiety-related conditions, including panic disorder, panic attacks, and agoraphobia. If you have dedicated your personal time and energy to therapy, with little to no success, you may be wondering why therapy hasn't helped. Here you will learn about many different reasons why therapy may not be working for you.

Myths About Panic Disorder
Panic disorder is a diagnosable mental health condition marked with anxiety, fear, and panic attacks. Even though there are clear diagnostic criteria for panic disorder, it is still a condition that is often misunderstood. The many myths about panic disorder may have prevented you from getting the treatment you need. If you are considering getting professional help, this article will help you sort out fact versus fiction when it comes to panic disorder and agoraphobia.

Medical terminology or medical jargon can often be confusing and even misleading. Here you will find easy-to-understand definitions of common psychological and medical terms, including the most common terms related to various treatment options.


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