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    An_254293 posted:
    I need some advice plz. I have been struggling the past few weeks with paralyzing anxiety attacks. I cant leave my house if i am around more than a few people i start to panic. I am on anti anxiety drugs that does not seem to be helping. I am feeling very paranoid like the whole world is watching me. Please i really need help. I feel like i am losing my mind!!!!
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    Thomas L Schwartz, MD responded:
    sorry to hear this. So- your meds are not working- so they are wrong meds or not high enough dose...Contact your prescriber. NExt- get a referral to a CBT psychotherapist. Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Probably the fastest way to get out of panic and ideally get it under control over the long term..


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