Panic Disorder

Definition of Panic Disorder:

A condition whereby an affected individual has recurrent and unexpected panic attacks and worries a great deal of the time about having another.  The individual may also have persistent concern or fear that a panic attack might cause unrelated health problems or a demonstrable change in usual behavior.  The symptoms of panic disorder must be present for at least one month to confirm the diagnosis.

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...the condition
“...Mental health professionals speak of "anxiety disorders", of which there are multiple types – Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Obsessive-compulsive Disorder, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder – to mention but a few...”

Aspartame (Nutrasweet) Avoidance a treatment
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Lecithin / Choline a treatment
“...Double-blind, placebo-controlled, crossover trial of inositol treatment for panic disorder.  Am J Psychiatry 1995;152: pp.1084-6...”

Panic Attacks

...the condition
“Alternative names: Anxiety Attacks Panic disorder is a fairly common condition in which a person has uncomfortable episodes of fear or anxiety that occur suddenly and often without warning...”
...relationship to Cigarette Smoke Damage
“Female patients with panic disorder had a significantly higher smoking prevalence at the onset of their illness than did control subjects 10 years previously (54% vs...”
...recommendation Tobacco Avoidance
“A history of smoking may play a small role in the onset of panic disorder in women, but not in men.”
...recommendation Inositol
“Inositol has been found to be effective in treating panic disorder.  Inositol works by regulating the action of serotonin, a calming neurotransmitter, within the nerve cells...”
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