Many people experience panic attacks, a common symptom of anxiety. Some panic attack sufferers who experience regular panic attacks might have a more serious mental illness like Panic Disorder or Anxiety Disorder.
For those who suffer panic attacks it's important to know that panic attacks are extremely common and can be successfully managed or treated! No one who has panic attacks shouldn’t be left alone without help.
If you (or someone close to you) suffer from frequent panic attacks, it’s likely that you have a panic or anxiety disorder. If you’re dealing with everyday stress and anxious feelings, a “do it yourself” anxiety treatment can help you! Information about panic attacks and panic disorder can be found here (from Mayo Clinic) and here (from WebMD). Also, you can locate mental health services in your area, affordable healthcare and NIMH clinical trials here (National Institute for Mental Health).
When it comes to recurring panic attacks and actual anxiety disorder, more medical approach could be necessary. Real, face-to-face doctor-patient relationship could give you the answers and help you need. There are various medications and therapy combinations that can do wonders for anxiety patients and panic attacks victims.
I hope that everyone who suffers from anxiety and panic attack disorder will get the help they need.