Panic attacks and panic disorders
A person experiencing a panic attack may feel terrified, confused or behave irrationally.
Recurring panic attacks might lead to a panic disorder, especially when worrying between attacks or living in fear of having another attacks. This fear can feel life ruining as it can prevent a person from functioning in various aspects of their life including leisure activities, jobs and relationships.
Panic conditions can lead on to other problems such as alcohol and drug addiction, a decline in physical health and even suicide.
Panic conditions are treatable and therapy is highly recommended for help dealing with the problem.
For help dealing with panic attacks and panic disorders please contact Carmel via email firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone 07931301773 for more information and to arrange an initial consultation.