Stan Patterson Launches a Website on Panic Attacks and Panic Attack Treatment
06/06/2011

A sufferer of panic attacks himself, Stan Patterson recently launched a portal that contains comprehensive and detailed information regarding anxiety.

Online PR News – 06-June-2011 – – A sufferer of panic attacks himself, Stan Patterson recently launched a portal that contains comprehensive and detailed information regarding anxiety and panic attacks as well as associated treatment methods that have been successful and effective to help people lead a normal life like others. Most of us have experienced a panic attack at some point or the other in life. For example, at a job interview, before giving an exam or even a minor argument with a close friend that leads to the slightest misunderstanding triggers a lot of tension. The main difference between these episodes of fear and tension and panic attacks is that the former is normal while the latter involves dramatic episodes whose average duration ranges from a few seconds to as long as a half hour. One of the most common symptoms of panic attacks is nausea and stomach cramps, which are relatively minor when compared with the more severe cases when people have also been rushed to treatment centers to receive medical attention and care when they experienced symptoms as severe as those resembling a full-blown heart attack.

Panicattacktreatment101.net lists the ways and the miracle healing treatments to cure the problem, the symptoms and controlling them with the right diet, cognitive behavioral and exposure therapy, medication treatments, self help techniques, etc. It also has a number of posts to cope with the problem while driving, while sleeping, and during the night. The website recommends avoiding caffeine that is known to trigger panic attacks and causes anxiety, nausea, dizziness, hyperventilation, uncontrollable and unexplained fear, nervous tremors, etc.

Research indicates that panic attacks may also occur along with a number of other serious psychological problems like chronic depression and bipolar disorder that demand immediate and professional psychological assistance and medical intervention. Stress, problematic work schedules, pressuring deadlines and PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder) are also known to trigger panic attacks.