Clinical Information For the Treatment Of Panic Attack

What Is Panic Attack?

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Panic Attack - Basics

A panic attack is a sudden, intense episode characterized by a pounding heartbeat, weakness, dizziness, shortness of breath and a sense of impending doom or terror. People experiencing a panic attack also may feel tingling in the extremities, chills, chest pain, nausea and smothering sensations. Panic attacks can occur at any time, including during sleep, and usually peak within 10 minutes, though some symptoms may last longer. People who have suffered repeated panic attacks dread when the next one will happen, and can easily become disabled by fear of them.
Below you will find alternative and natural treatment options including those from a Chinese Medicine perspective for panic attacks.

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Xiao Yao Wan (Free and Easy Wanderer)

Clinical Usages

  • Depression, anxiety, loss of motivation - resulting from liver qi stagnation.
  • Fatigue, bloating, changes in appetite from the combination of spleen qi deficiency with liver qi stagnation.
  • PMS, breast distention, irregular menstruation and in some cases infertility.

    Clinical Categorization

    Cautions

      • Use with caution during pregnancy.

        Yue Ju Wan (Escape Restraint Pill)

        Clinical Usages

        • An important formula for plum pit qi and related issues arising from qi stagnation (from many factors) - an oppressive sensation in the chest and/or diaphgram, gerd, reflux, indigestion, nausea, belching with a fetid odor.
        • Gastritis, peptic ulcer disease, intercostal neuralgia, cholecystitis, cholelithiasis.
        • Infectious hepatitis.
        • Migraines when the underlying factor is that of stagnation.
        • Besides a range of digestive issues, the formula may be used for a wide range of psychiatric conditions including depression, schizophrenia, panic disorder, etc. when the underlying factor is chiefly stagnation.

          Clinical Categorization

          Cautions

            • Generally should be avoided in cases where the issues are arising from predominately deficiency syndromes (weakness, loose stools, no appetite).

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