Certain things trigger them, such as freeways and being in a car in bad weather... But sometimes I am perfectly happy and BAM, they hit. What can I do to stop this? I have a fear for many things and I don't even understand why. I recently started having a bad one while in the car on the freeway, and mind you, I don't even drive. I almost had my fiance' pull off the highway. I felt dizzy, light headed, short of breath, like I was going to freak out. I was fine on the way home, however, which I don't understand.
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Eric thanks for sharing. My husband is going through this. We got his heart checked it was OK. Since then he is getting these less frequently. I think he realized it is not a heart attack.
Thanks Eric. I go to my beliefs first. I will bind things in Jesus' name and it does work and help me greatly, but i want to get to a place where they dont happen at all or very very rarely. I will look into that book. thank you!
just medication is never the answer. It must always be taken along with therapy of some kind.
And your education and experience for this assertion is what? While this is true in general, it is not necessarily true for true "panic attacks" which usually occur concomitantly with other psychiatric illness which is often already being treated. Th
I have suffered from panic attacks for 10 years. Done both routes, one with just medication and with medication and therapy. So have experience of both. What is your education and experience to sweeping say only medication will work?
As I said, you can read my bio, and maybe you should re-read my answer above - I did not say that psychotherapy was not warranted, did I?
No you didn't mention psychotherapy! Unsure why your being rude to me and pointing me to your bio, I didn't start this conversation between us, that was u, questioning me. Not a place for arguments. We r meant to be helping each other
I apologize for coming across as being rude. It is difficult to interpret intent from typed words sometimes. However, you initially corrected me, and I was responding as a medical professional to correct the misinformation.