Exposure Treatment of Agoraphobia with Panic Attacks: Are Drugs Essential?
panic disorder and agoraphobia seem to be influenced by specific genetic factors;
the attacks of panic can be precipitated by the administration of lactate and other substances; and
treatment with antidepressants is “uniquely effective” (Sheehan 1982).
KeywordsAnxiety Disorder Panic Disorder Panic Attack Exposure Treatment Phobic Anxiety
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