Panic Disorder

Panic Disorder

The Facts

Book - 1996
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This book deals with a relatively common psychological problem - panic disorder. A panic is a sudden episode of intense fear, often bordering on terror. Repeated attacks of panic are termed `panic disorder'. Roughly fifteen people per thousand develop a panic disorder at some time in theirlife. It is a distressing condition, and if it persists, has an adverse effect on most aspects of the person's life. In this book, the authors give a lucid and detailed account of the disorder.This book is mainly intended for the suffers of panic disorder, and their families and friends. It will also be of interest to the general reader, and to health care workers who have to deal with this problem. Up-to-date information on the nature, symptoms, causes, theories and treatment of panicdisorder is provided, all in non-technical language. The chapters on treatment give a detailed account of psychological therapy, also discuss drug treatment. There is also a chapter giving practical self-help advice. A final chapter answers some commonly asked questions. Numerous personalaccounts given throughout the book, highlighting various aspects of panic disorder and its treatment.The authors are clinical psychologists with extensive clinical and research experience in anxiety disorders. Their previous book in this series, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder - The Facts (1992), has been widely praised.
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 1996
ISBN: 9780192627384
0192627384
Branch Call Number: 616.85223/RAC 4565 1
Additional Contributors: De Silva, Padmal

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