Our expert says:
Panic attacks anywhere can be very troublesome, of course. and though at first they are usually random, because one can fear a further attack whenever one is in circumstances similar to those when the last one happened, one can become very anxious even when not actually having a panic attack.
Absolutely no form of homeopathic remedy is ever of the least use in a conition like this. Any psychologist would probably be rather annoyed if you insisted on "spendin hours crying in their consulting rooms"
Panic attacks can be highly successfully treated in either of two ways, or maybe even better, by a combination of both. One is the use of certain medicinal rugs, including some of the modern ones more often used to treat depression, but very effective here ; the other way is to use a psychologist using Behaviour Therapy, which should involve no crying at all, but deals strictly wih the behaviors that are troublesome.
As for CBT, I am hunting for a promised book on self-help methods of using CBT techniques to deal with panic, and will announce its availability and suitability here on this site, when I've aranged this.
Excellent that you have such a supportive husband. Maybe aim at seeking the medication first, and then we may ad the book and CBT exercises next.
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