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"When Panic Attacks" is a book written by psychiatrist David D. Burns, according to the doctor's blog, Feeling Good. In his book, Dr. Burns discusses how to use cognitive therapy to overcome any form of anxiety, includin... More »

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Stopping a panic attack that has already begun often requires the use of a prescription anti-anxiety medication, such as Xanax, Ativan or Klonopin. These are short-term interventions, according to WebMD, and they are usu... More »

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Combating panic attacks requires identifying the symptoms of the panic attack once they start, and then taking measures to minimize these symptoms and their causes, according to Psych Central. Dr. Dave Carbonell for Anxi... More »

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