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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Panic Disorder problems the with what is it? Panic Disorder is a psychiatric disorder in which debilitating anxiety and fear arise frequently and without reasonable ca-use. It affects women twice as likely as men, young adults (mid-twenties), people with chronic illness, and those with a family history of diagnosis. It can also affect children, but it isnt diagnosed until theyre older. Approximately 2.7% of people in the U.S. will have Panic Disorder. Most people affected will be found with Major Depression as well as Panic Disorder. symptoms of Panic Disorder Anxiety Sweats Shakiness/Tingling in Hands & Feet and numerous more... Racing Heart Nausea About 2.4 million adult Americans in the U.S. will have Panic Disorder where can I get help? how do I get healthy? People with Panic Disorder help manage it by using counseling, support groups, anti-anxiety and anti-depressants, regular exercise, eating well, managing stress, spending time with friends and family, spirituality, monitoring your use of alcohol and other drugs, talking to your doctor and asking them questions, and feeling in charge of your own health. the facts Scott N Lurie MDScott N Lurie1132 Greenwood ClfCharlotte, NC 28204(704) 376-6577 George H Dornblazer MD PAGeorge H Dornblazer1332 Harding PlCharlotte, NC 28204(704) 342-2577 double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Presbyterian Psychiatric AssocsCarolina Arevalo1900 Randolph Rd Ste 800Charlotte, NC 28207(704) 384-1246 Doctors find a diagnosis by taking blood tests and performing a complete physical exam. If nothing is found, the patient may be referred to a psychologist or psychiatrist, a mental health professional. They use specially designed interviews/assessment tools to decide if the patient suffers from Panic Disorder. how is it diagnosed?
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