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The Domino Effect: From Panic Attack to Phobia
by M. Sichel
One of the major problems with panic attacks is that when people are unable to identify the internal source of their fear, they learn to associate the attack with an external situation. This is how a panic attack can turn into a phobia.
The Fight or Flight Response
by M. Sichel
People having panic attacks experience the same physical symptoms as a person in immediate physical danger. Panic attacks are a type of fight/flight response.
The Biochemistry of Panic
by M. Sichel
Most practicing psychotherapists tend to view a problem like panic disorder as being related to both human anatomy and human psychology.
Panic: You Are Not to Blame
by M. Sichel
In our culture people often feel that anxiety is self-inflicted, reflective of a weak personality, and that proper self-discipline can eliminate psychological symptoms. This is NOT TRUE.
What to Expect When You're Diagnosed with Panic Disorder
by M. Sichel
Panic disorder is highly treatable through psychotherapy and/or medication and does not have to interfere with your quality of life.
Overcome Worry for a Healthier You
by K. Gates
Worry is our greatest energy drain. It distorts our thinking and stops all forward action. Can you control worrying?
Zen for Everyday Living
by T. Hoang
Control your worry and anxiety using Zen, a way of looking and confronting events, circumstances and life.
Conquering Anxiety and Worry
by D. McCoy
Being worried about real things performs a needed function in our lives - it can lead to action. Needless worry, however, is often harmful, adding unwanted stress and even health risks to our lives.
Book Excerpt : From Panic to Power
by L. Bassett
Why do people with anxiety get caught in their own trap?  This book promises to free you from negative mental habits.
Lily's Story : Overcoming Panic Attacks and Agoraphobia
by R. O'Connor
Learn how your dog or cat actually affects your health.
New Book : Understanding Panic and Other Anxiety Disorders
by B. Root
Introduction to a new book that offers new finding and therapeutic treatments for anxiety and panic disorders.

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