Not surprisingly more and more people are becoming averse to use prescription drugs for relief from panic attacks or anxiety disorders; after all who wants to spend the rest of their lives dependent on medication. Doctors are also reluctant to prescribe pills for the condition on a long term basis.
This is actually good news for the patient as panic therapy is proving to be a far more reliable cure which can not only help people to overcome their attacks and make life easier but it's also possible to avoid having them all together.
Panic attack therapy does not rely on mind numbing drugs but instead enables the sufferer to live with their problem and more importantly helps them to recognize when an attack is about to occur and so avoid them. Present day living can be highly stressful and cause both anxiety and panic attacks, the key to ridding ourselves from these attacks is to find out what triggers them.
There are various behavioural therapies that can help us to spot these triggers and once identified therapy will enable a person to gain control over their emotions and anxiety so that attacks become less and less frequent until they cease to be a problem. Unlike prescription drugs that have to be taken every day to have an effect this type of panic therapy is works long term and the patient should suffer no more attacks.
The success rate for this type of panic therapy is much higher than other methods and allows a person to work through the treatment at their own pace and find what works best for them. By working through the stages of the therapy panic attacks will no longer be an issue.