Of course you still need to discuss this with your psychiatrist, who knows all the details of your case. Serdep is the trade name of a popular antidepressant. Zopax is a trade name for a benzo sedative tranquilizer, Alprazolam, and Urbanol a similar member of that family, Clobazam, used for treating epilepsy and sometimes also anxiety.
Serdep and it's relatives can be helpful with anxiety and panic disorder. Nowadays one is more careful about using the benzo tranquilizers, as it's become clear that when they're used beyond a couple of months, there's a significant risk of dependency developing. The one situation in which they can sometimes be useful is in the early days of treatment with Serdep or its colleagues, before they have shown their full benefits ( they take a couple of weeks to do so ) one might use a benzo when a specific panic attack starts, as they have a quick effect ( like gin and tonic does ), to help abort that particular panic attack.
The other way to help would be to see also a psychologist for CBT ( Cognitive-Behavior Therapy ) to help you use your own abilities ragher than chemicals, to recognize and avoid any triggers for panic, and to gain control of the growing anxiety and of the attack.
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