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... The best meds I've found for my panic attacks are the SSRI group. An SSRI takes several weeks to get to a theraputic level, but its worth the time and effort. ... (15 replies)
... Well I do agree with alot of the people that have given you advice with your panic attacks being so severe, you probably would do better with something like lexopro and Klonipin or effexor and Klonopin. Mine are not as severe ANYMORE. ... (15 replies)
... I'll tell you what worked for me. My panic attacks sound A LOT like yours. I went to the ER no less than 12 times in a span of a month and a half. I was calling the squad every other day it seemed. ... (15 replies)

... I am very sorry to hear that you are having issues with panic attacks. I have a panic and anxiety problem as well. I have been on Effexor XR since I was 14 and I am 20 now. ... (15 replies)
... Another thing that I can tell you is stop all caffine! Caffine is the enemy for people with panic attacks. ... (15 replies)
... ly just stayed home every chance I got which depressed me! Prozac helped me at first then I came off of it and when I tried to get back on it, it seemed like the panic attack were worse. I would definatly talk to your Dr. about Klonopin and maybe even see a therapist that can help you deal with the panic attacks. ... (15 replies)
... one more thing, in responce to katchat's comment about benzo's, not sure if Klonipon is one but it stays in you system for a long time and it keeps me calm from the night I take it to the next day. I recommend it along with another ssri if that is what you choose to do. ... (15 replies)
... vomit, or faint. A strong panic attack usually lasts a minimum of ten minutes, but typically an attack will come on strong out of nowhere, and then wax and wan for the next several hours or days. ... (8 replies)
... To answer your question about taking medication. The medication actually calms you down. I used to have severe panic attacks before I started on Lexapro. My first panic attack was really bad and I was actually rushed to the ER because I had no clue what was going on. ... (31 replies)
... I had anxiety and panic attacks for a few years. I think it originated when I started having chest pains. ... (8 replies)
... I have panic attacks and anxiety attacks in my sleep. I was in hospital for allergic reaction and the medication they gave me put me to sleep. Next thing I know my heart monitor is going crazy with my heart rate at 210. They said I had a panic attack in my sleep. ... (4 replies)
... That is when my I first started having panic attacks is after I was almost in a tornado missed it by 5min. I was petrified whenever the sky looked black! ... (4 replies)
... In my case, I was on Lexapro and Xanax for severe panic attacks. I never needed the Xanax with the exception of the first week. It takes several weeks for Lexapro to have its full effect, but when it got there, it virtually eliminated my panic attacks altogether. ... (3 replies)
... I can't even tell what triggers my attacks for me, I wish I could! But when I do get them my heart starts racing I get so hot and sweaty, and I feel like I can't breathe. Its feels like Im going to die. ... (15 replies)
... I just wanted to share some of my experiences with others, especially new sufferers. I am a 47 year old female registered nurse, married for 23 years with one daughter, now 22 and ready to graduate from college. I have had panic attacks for over 12 years now. ... (13 replies)
... Well, I have been gone now for 6 months or so and I have missed participating something fierce. I have to apologize for the way that I attacked and individual opinion in the way I did last December. Everyone has an opinion that varies as much as the disorder in which we all have. ... (17 replies)
... much counselling for panic attacks sadly isnt helpful, you need advice on what to do when a panic attack starts try this: hold your breath for as long as it feels comfortable then breathe deep and slow, try to relax, dont tense up or fight back, avoid rapid shallow panting and wait a while for the panic to pass, distract yourself by thinking about something else Ive never... (1 replies)
... I am on Lexapro right now and have been for almost 4 months. This medicine is real good for treating panic. I had severe panic attacks and I am feeling so much better now. If I were you, I wouldn't change just yet. Try the 5mg for a week and see if that takes the edge off of the headaches. ... (18 replies)
... When I was pregnant with my third daughter, I had severe panic disorder. Well, I have always had panic attacks but at that time they were the worst. That was in 1996 and I was told I could not take any medications. ... (2 replies)
Any help
Dec 24, 2003
... it are the same thing that I am going though at this very moment. Your refux is not that same kind of reflux that people get with excess acid. Yours is caused by panic spasms causing excess bile to be extracted, thus causing more acids to be released, which bile does not digest, so more and more acid gets released. ... (6 replies)


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