The path to finding a panic and anxiety treatment starts with a very important and basic step. It starts with knowing and recognizing that we are experiencing panic or anxiety disorder.
This kind of recognition does not stem from a self diagnosis process. This recognition starts with recognizing that the symptoms that we are experiencing are something that we will not be able to handle totally on our own and that we must seek professional help.
We have to note here something very important; that if we experience certain symptoms once or even twice, this does not generally qualify to be called a disorder. Still its not wrong to consult with a doctor at this stage. All what we are saying is that we should not get paranoid about each single thing that we feel and run to the doctor with it.
Panic and anxiety symptoms are shared with other medical conditions. This is one of the most important factors that should stop anyone who is not qualified to make any diagnosis. As a sufferer who managed to recover must also remember this rule.
A sufferer must not appoint himself/herself as a qualified doctor who can diagnose. Actually there are some who even go a step further and start recommending medications. Always remember that your case is most probably not the same as the next one, and while you are trying to help - or show off - regardless, you are hurting a person who is looking for a way out as soon as possible in the most effective way.
After understanding you particular anxiety disorder type you will need to conduct a structured research that will help you better understand your case and find the best treatment path. We have conduct a general research on our own and found two programs that are considered both credible and effective according to positive reviews from both users and experts.
The First one is called Panic Away, and the second is called The Linden Method. Check them out and see if they could be part of your recovery path.
To read more about this topic you can check our post "Panic & Anxiety Treatment."