Treatment for Panic Disorder in Scotland
If you are looking for treatment for Panic Disorder in Scotland, I can help you.
First of all, to help you understand whether it is Panic Disorder that you are experiencing, here is some helpful information that will guide you. Below that I have outlined some of the treatment options that I can offer you.
What is Panic Disorder?
Panic Disorder is defined within the DSM-5 as a form of anxiety disorder that shows as severe, recurring, unanticipated panic attacks. Anxiety and fear responses are normal parts of human life. Individuals living with panic disorder are different, both because of the severity of the reaction, and the surprise timing.
It is possible that symptoms may come on after a triggering event, or completely out of the blue. Typical symptoms include rapid breathing, feelings of terror, and increased heart rate. It is common for sufferers to feel as though they are experiencing a heart attack, or are on the verge of death.
Clearly, those who experience panic disorder have their daily lives disrupted severely.
Below is a short video that should explain more:
Treatment for Panic Disorder
If you’re looking for treatment for Panic Disorder in Scotland, it is crucial to realise that no single treatment fits all. The treatment that will be best for you is one that will be based upon a detailed understanding of what stresses you are experiencing, the lifestyle choices that you have made (or are seeking), and how your mind links with your body to generate the symptoms you suffer from. The first stage of any treatment is working with you to understand these vital factors.
It is, of course, very likely that a combination of treatment protocols will suit your unique circumstances rather than simply adopting one strategy. The key to my approach is to develop a deep understanding of your personal needs and circumstances and to adapt the treatment approach as your own needs change through the treatment process.
Here are three examples of treatment for panic disorder that I offer:
Coaching as a Treatment for Panic Disorder in Scotland
A central belief underpinning coaching is that we possess inner wisdom and have all answers within us. The coach is there to help you access them, using various techniques such as NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), talking therapies, journaling, and mindfulness meditation.
Coaching is beneficial because it provides clarity whenever you feel confused about your issue, are stuck in a pattern, struggle to make a change, or see no direction or hope. It will help you get motivated, raise your self-awareness, understand and change your thinking patterns, perceptions, and behaviours and learn new skills.
Cognitive-Emotional Therapies as a Treatment for Panic Disorder in Scotland
Voicing what happens in your mind and how it makes you feel and behave will help you make sense of your troubles and their source and notice unhelpful patterns. Understanding all this, combined with therapeutic techniques, can help you make positive changes, take greater control of your life and improve your awareness and confidence.
Cognitive-Emotional therapies can help with difficult life events such as loss, relationship problems, painful past events, destructive feelings such as anger, low self-esteem or shame, mental health problems, and long-term physical health ailments.
Alternative Medicine as a Treatment for Panic Disorder in Scotland
My range includes NLP (neuro-linguistic programming), EFT (emotional freedom technique, or meridian tapping), vibrational medicine, aromatherapy (in the form of essences), mindfulness meditation, traditional Chinese medicine, radionics, dowsing for health, energy healing, and numerology.