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Caring for a friend or family member with panic can be extremely rewarding. You get to see your loved one progress as she works through the recovery process. However, your are also at risk for developing caregiver stress. Learn how you can remain supportive while maintaining your own needs.

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Panic Disorder and Alcohol Use

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Many adults consume alcohol from time-to-time, such as at a celebration dinner, to unwind after work, or simply to enjoy a drink. However, frequent alcohol consumption can become a problem for people with panic disorder. Drinking alcohol to relieve feelings of anxiety and nervousness can lead to increased symptoms and potential problem drinking. Read more...

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Distraction Techniques for Panic Disorder

Distraction techniques can help keep your mind off panic disorder and the associated string emotions. Learn how to use the distraction technique for panic disorder.

How To Reframe Your Negative Thoughts

Reframing is a self-help technique that can assist you in overcoming negative thoughts. Listed here are steps to get you started on reframing.

Reframing Negative Thoughts

Reframing is a cognitive behavioral technique that can assist in reducing anxiety and other panic-related symptoms. Learn more about reframing for panic disorder.

Using a Thought Record for Panic Disorder

People with panic disorder are often prone to negative thoughts. Learn how to use a thought record to manage anxiety and negative thinking patterns.

How to Find a Therapist for Panic Disorder

Finding a therapist for panic disorder does not have to be difficult. Read through these 5 tips to find your therapist.

What To Do After a Panic Attack

After a panic attack, you may be left feeling nervous and upset. Follow these 5 steps to help you get back on track after panic strikes.

What Is the DSM 5?

The DSM 5 is a handbook used by mental health professionals to diagnosis mental health disorder. Learn more about the DSM 5 and how it relates to panic disorder.

The Symptoms of Agoraphobia

Agoraphobia is an anxiety disorder that often co-occurs with panic disorder. Find out about the symptoms of agoraphobia and how you can get help.

Panic Disorder, Headaches, and Muscle Pain

Panic and anxiety can lead to headaches, migraines, and muscle pain. Learn about these common effects of anxiety and how treatment can help.

Panic Disorder and Eating Disorders

Panic disorder can co-occur with other conditions, including eating disorders. Learn more about common types of eating disorders.

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