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    Panic and anxiety attacks
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    BarbN22254 posted:
    Panic disorder can be related to depression. Are you depressed because you have panic disorder or do you have panic disorder because you are depressed. I suffered for years with panic disorder until my Dr put me on an antidepressant. It changed my life. The panic attacks stopped and I finally felt like myself again. Ask your Dr about it.
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    meanjoegreenn responded:
    Depression because of anxiety.I have been suffering from anxiety and panic attacks since I was in the 8th grade, during those years I have also developed social anxiety and even talking to people triggers panic attacks! Some days are better than other and some days are worse. Recently I have found something that helps me to cope with the anxiety and control my panic attacks to a certain extent. Although it does not cure my attacks It has really helped me improve.
    When you have a chance I would recommend you take a look at amxousreview.com
    It is a good read, I hope I helped somebody else out there!


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