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Cognitive-Behavioral Model of Panic Disorder
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A discrete period of intense fear accompanied by four or more of the following sensations: pounding heart sweating shaking shortness of breath chest pain nausea Panic Attack lightheaded sense of doom or death tingling or numbness chills or hot flashes
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Physiologic Factors in Panic Autonomic reactivity Overbreathing 60-70% of persons with panic disorder overbreathe
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Cognitive Factors in Panic Disorder
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Watching exciting or suspenseful movies Sports/exercise Anger/arguments Sexual arousal Consuming caffeine Saunas/high heat Meditation Interoceptive Avoidance
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Shopping malls Driving Bus/train passenger Restaurants Theaters Supermarkets Crowds Waiting in lines Agoraphobic Avoidance
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Real/perceived stress or overbreathe physical sensations (attention bias) fear/alarm interpret as harmful (immediate) PANIC
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stress or overbreathe
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