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Panic Disorder and Cognitive Therapy

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Cognitive therapy helps you to change patterns of thinking that are unproductive and harmful. Though helpful in isolation, cognitive therapy is perhaps most effective when combined with behavioral therapy, into cognitive-behavioral therapy.

Effect of Cognitive Therapy on Panic Disorder

Cognitive therapy also helps you identify possible triggers for panic attacks, such as a thought, a situation, or even something that could cause an increase in your heart rate. For example, some people have unrealistic worries that they’re going crazy or might have a heart attack. Once you understand the difference between an actual panic attack and a trigger, you have more control over the trigger.

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