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Tofranil (Imipramine)

Panic attacks are a form of anxiety disorder. They are characterized by sudden, recurrent, short lived attacks of intense anxiety. These attacks are often accompanied by the fear of open spaces which is described as agoraphobia. Sometimes the episodes run in families and they are much more frequent in young females.
The medical management of panic attacks is aided by the availability of Tricyclic antidepressants. These drugs are particularly effective in the treatment of panic disorders. The use of Valium like drugs is not recommended. One third of patients prescribed Benzodiazepines become physically addicted. They have problems during withdrawal and withdrawal is often mistaken for the recurrence of panic attacks.
Home Remedies
Regular exercise reduces anxiety and makes it easy to go to sleep. Breathing exercises and isometrics add further to a reduction in anxiety. There is also a place for mental discipline. Mind control can be mastered through the use of stress management techniques. Take up yoga, Zen or Tai chi. All of these oriental disciplines combine both physical and mental techniques that aid in the reduction of anxiety.

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