Panic attacks are awful. If you’ve ever had one, then you know you’d prefer to never experience it again. People who are panicked feel so physically overwhelmed by their body’s reaction to adrenaline that many of them go to the emergency room. I’ve heard it described as “feeling like I’m going to die.” What’s even worse is that for some, the attacks are totally random. Suddenly the body is in a state of fight or flight, but there seems to be no trigger for it.
Cognitive behavioral therapy is known to be very helpful for sufferers of Panic Disorder. Here is just one of the ways a cognitive behavioral therapist helps:
Helping teens grow and families improve connection,
Lauren Goodman, MS, MFT