Cognitive Behavioural Therapy
CBT is one of the most effective treatments for panic attacks. Go and see a GP and hopefully they will refer you to a therapist to start CBT, which involves having regular sessions (usually for about an hour every week). CBT looks at the relationship between your thoughts and your moods. Your therapist will examine why you feel panicked and help you develop techniques to cope with when an attack does hit.
What You'll Need
- See your GP
What You'll Do
- Go to your GP
- Ask for a referral to a therapist
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