I have never taken either of the meds you mentioned however I take anti depressants currently just started taking Zoloft so I can't tell you if its a good one or not. I did well on celexa and Paxil for awhile. I feel for your frustrations you feel. Wanting to help and not now how. I feel alcohol in the long run may just intensify the anxiety but I don't drink so I don't know for sure. Maybe switch to a different therapist. I wish you the best of luck and prayers.
Thank you. The situation is going on the circle: attack-alcohol and because of that even more attacks. Awful. Thank you for your prayers. Maybe the pills dont work
I drink to feel normal too. Nothing helps it is a cycle of anxiety and drinking to cope. On some level exercise helps and watching movies. I try not to drink but the anxiety is unbearable. The doctor gave me an anti depressant which helps slightly too but no cure yet. I hope and pray u find the answer.
A panic attack is a sudden surge of overwhelming anxiety and fear. Your heart pounds and you can't breathe. You may even feel like you're dying or going crazy. Left untreated, panic attacks can lead to panic disorder and other problems.
Hi there I have had panic attacks for about 8-9 years after about 6 years of having them I started to control them like when I felt my heart was going to beat faster or my mouth would go dry just general things before a panicc attack I used to grab my trainers and a bottle of water and go for a long stroll around my area it does help when someone with you but on your own is ok aswell but it keeps your mind of ov it aswell and I got prescribed propanpol (Beta blockas) I haven't tried them yet but apparently they are amazing takes around a few weeks to a month to feel full effect but maybe give them a go and see what happens and drinking will not help it just make it worse and maybe lead to depression so try to fight it as early as possible also cbt has helped me a lot cognitive behavioural therapy :)