Monday, January 30, 2012

About Panic Disorder: Getting the Help You Need

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From Katharina Star, your Guide to Panic Disorder
Panic disorder and agoraphobia are treatable conditions. If you are struggling with the symptoms of panic disorder, you may be wondering how you can get the help you need. Perhaps you have already tried to get treatment, but feel that it hasn't been helpful for your situation. Find out more about talking to your doctor, potential barriers to getting treatment, and common issues that can occur when seeking out help.

Barriers to Getting Help
There are many effective treatment options available to assist in the management of panic attacks and anxiety. However, research has shown that many people with panic disorder are not getting the help they need. This can be due to numerous potential obstacles, such as financial issues or a lack of resources and information. Learn more about these potential barriers and how to get the help you need for panic disorder.

Why Isn't Therapy Working?
Psychotherapy is one of the most common treatment options for panic disorder and agoraphobia. However, despite its popularity, not everyone finds psychotherapy to be effective. There are numerous potential issues that can come up when you seek out the help of a mental health specialist. Find out some of the reasons why therapy may not be working for you.

Do You Need to Change Doctors?
Deciding to get help for panic disorder, panic attacks, and agoraphobia, is a big step forward on your way to recovery. Many people start this journey by talking with their doctor about their symptoms and concerns. Clear communication with your doctor will be essential to getting the treatment you need. Do you feel that your doctor is addressing your concerns and providing you with adequate care? Listed here are reasons why you may need to change doctors and get the proper help that you deserve.

10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About Panic Disorder
You may have clear communication and an overall good relationship with your doctor. However, many people with panic disorder are uncertain as to what they should be asking their doctor about their condition. Here you will find information on the top 10 important questions to ask your doctor about panic disorder, panic attacks, and agoraphobia.


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