Panick attacks

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How many panick attacks do people have in a week does anybody have them every day??

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    It will vary by person, I bet there are people who have them every day to some degree. If they are happening that frequently I would suggest that persons anxiety is far from under control and could benefit from medication, combined with CBT and [take your pick] of the many other suggestions on here to manage anxiety.
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    It depends how much emergy you throw into it and your attitude towards it. If you feed into it and get scared a lot. And believe the fear it wants you too its going to suck. If you let it wash thru you and know it is a fight or flight response and nothing more then a pain in the b*tt  it will happen less often. 
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    KIRSTY

    i do not know, it is like asking the length of a piece of string because everyones health and attacks are caused by many different things and situations

    BOB

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    Thank you for the replies just wondering as I am having 3 a week and I didn't kno if that was seriously bad I kno anxiety is bad anyway and panick attacks but I wasn't sure if people have more than that I have started CBT which I'm there on Tuesday

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    Right now i get them everyday. Im getting used to the zoloft that i got on about a week ago. They say things get worse before they get better. It's a challenge everyday but i know i will get back to normal.

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    There scary arnt they do you have weird thoughts while having a panick attack I do and I don't kno if this is normal??

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      Its normal to have weird thoughts - you are panicking after all  - your body is getting you ready to fight or run away. Panic attacks are definitely scary, but they are also very treatable. Glad you are doing CBT - this is one of the core treatments. Learn as much as you can about it and most of all, ensure you give yourself time to apply it.

      Best,

      Michael

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