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  1. Health Journeys Guided Meditations For Help With Panic Attacks by Belleruth Naparstek, 2007-05-01
  2. Full Metal Panic! (novel) Volume 1: Fighting Boy Meets Girl by Shouji Gatou, Shikidouji, 2007-09-11
  3. Between Panic and Desire (American Lives) by Dinty W. Moore, 2010-03-01
  4. Oil Panic and the Global Crisis: Predictions and Myths by Steven M. Gorelick, 2009-12-09
  5. Coping With Panic: A Drug-Free Approach to Dealing With Anxiety Attacks by George A. Clum, 1989-08
  6. The Panic Hand by Jonathan Carroll, 1996-11
  7. Panic of 1819 Reactions and Policies by Murray N. Rothbard, 2007-04-10
  8. Body Panic: Gender, Health, and the Selling of Fitness by Shari Dworkin, Faye Wachs, 2009-02-01
  9. Slapped by the Invisible Hand: The Panic of 2007 (Financial Management Association Survey and Synthesis) by Gary B. Gorton, 2010-03-08
  10. Full Metal Panic! Volume 3 by Shouji Gatou, 2004-02-24
  11. Mastery of Anxiety and Panic for Adolescents Riding the Wave, Therapist Guide (Programs That Work) by Donna B Pincus, Jill T Ehrenreich, et all 2008-03-28
  12. A Brief History of Panics in the United States by Clement Juglar, DeCourcy W. Thom, 2010-07-01
  13. Full Metal Panic! (novel) Volume 2: One Night Stand by Shouji Gatou, Shikidouji, 2008-01-08
  14. Surviving Panic Disorder: What You Need to Know by Stuart Shipko, 2003-10-29

41. NIMH: Panic Disorder
panic disorder is an anxiety disorder and is characterized by unexpected and Effective treatments for panic disorder are available, and research is
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Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder and is characterized by unexpected and repeated episodes of intense fear accompanied by physical symptoms that may include chest pain, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness, or abdominal distress. more>>
People with panic disorder have feelings of terror that strike suddenly and repeatedly with no warning. During a panic attack, most likely your heart will pound and you may feel sweaty, weak, faint, or dizzy. Your hands may tingle or feel numb, and you might feel flushed or chilled. You may have nausea, chest pain or smothering sensations, a sense of unreality, or fear of impending doom or loss of control. more>>
Effective treatments for panic disorder are available, and research is yielding new, improved therapies that can help most people with panic disorder and other anxiety disorders lead productive, fulfilling lives.

42. Psychology, Psychotherapy And Hypnosis
Treatment of emotional and marital problems, psychotherapy, and hypnotherapy. How to select and check qualifications of a therapist, symptoms of panic disorders and other emotional problems.

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Here you can find information about different types of psychotherapy, psychological counseling, marriage counseling and hypnosis. I also provide advice about how to find appropriate psychotherapeutic treatment for various symptoms of personal and emotional problems and how to select a qualified therapist. Information about my practice, office locations, training, qualifications and experience can be found at About Marvin S. Beitner, Ph.D. Do the underlined words at the top of this page or on the buttons in the left hand column ring a bell for you? Click on them or on any of the underlined text below for immediate information on the subjects of interest to you. Click on Marvin S. Beitner, Ph.D. for information about who I am and about my private practice as a psychologist and marriage therapist. Which type of therapist is best for you? For information about choosing between a psychologist, marriage counselor, psychiatrist, psychotherapist, hypnotist, hypnotherapist, or clinical social worker, click on types of therapists . Also see OCPA psychologist for information about this from the Orange County Psychological Association.

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44. Panic - Shockingly Good Mac Software.
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45. Panic Struck Productions Revelations Star Wars Fan Film
The film Revelations is available for download, plus production information.

46. Anxiety And Panic Attacks Suck's Journal
Live Journal site where those suffering from anziety disorders can join and post.
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cosmicchic Just a note to find out how people live finacially with agoraphobia. How much do you rely on other people for daily activities and money. If not too private, could you also say your age. post comment
Does anybody here work in retail or hospitality? If so, how do you cope with severe anxiety I'm not really coping at the moment :(
Advice would be good! 1 comment post comment
mood peaceful music Daily Show with John Stewart Hey everyone, I just joined. My name's Amelie. I'm 16-years-old and I've had anxiety problems since age 11. I also suffer from OCD and depression.
I'm very happy that this community exists and I can't wait to get to know you all better. post comment
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starsmoonsun is anyone here on Paxil or Lexapro? 9 comments post comment
cosmicchic Any gothic hippy types over 30 on here? I hate labelling but I don't know how else to describe myself quickly. People understand these words. 1 comment post comment
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shessoshiny I have Agoraphobia,Depression, and Anxiety. I'm on Prozac.

47. Panic Attack A Panic Attack Is Defined As The Abrupt Onset Of An
Agoraphobia often, but not always, coincides with panic Disorder. Agoraphobia ischaracterized by a fear of having a panic attack in a place from which
Brief Overview of Anxiety Disorders



Panic Attack A Panic Attack is defined as the abrupt onset of an episode of intense fear or discomfort, which peaks in approximately 10 minutes, and includes at least four of the following symptoms:
  • a feeling of imminent danger or doom; the need to escape; palpitations; sweating; trembling; shortness of breath or a smothering feeling; a feeling of choking; chest pain or discomfort; nausea or abdominal discomfort; dizziness or lightheadedness; a sense of things being unreal, depersonalization; a fear of losing control or "going crazy";

48. BBC News | AMERICAS | Panic On The Stairs
First hand accounts of the events in New York and Washington, by BBC News Online users.
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Eyewitnesses spoke of disbelief as the World Trade Center collapsed
BBC News Online users have been sending in their extraordinary first hand accounts of the horrific attacks in New York and Washington. Mac Delaney was working in the south tower of the World Trade Center when the aircraft struck the north tower. He describes how his colleagues were shocked as the plane hit the tower, thinking it was a terrible accident. "When word came around to evacuate the second tower, there was panic. "People jammed the stairwells and the elevators were all over capacity. "We got out and just ran like there was no tomorrow. When we stopped to look back, there was a huge gaping hole, smoking, in the side of the first tower.
We could not believe what we were witnessing
Mac Delaney "Someone saw the second aircraft and the streets just went quiet. We could not believe what we were witnessing.

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List of live recordings from Dave Matthews Band, Widespread panic, and others.
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50. Panic Disorder
panic Disorder QOL Getting Treatment for panic Disorder Information forPatients, Families, and Friends NIMH; panic Disorder Treatment and Referral
Panic Disorder
Core Problems
  • Brief, Unprovoked Attacks of Panic [
Associated Problems
  • Drug or Medication Abuse [ Alcohol Abuse [ Phobia (Excessive Fear of Specific Things) [ Obsessive Thinking or Compulsive Rituals [ Prolonged Anxiety, Tension, or Worry [ Sad or Depressed Mood [ Poor Sexual Interest or Ability [ Overly Dependent Behavior [ Poor Physical Health [
Problems When Severe
  • (Risk of Harming Self) (is low, if no superimposed major depression or substance abuse) [
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51. Douglas Adam's The Hitch Hiker's Guide To The Galaxy
Quotes, online books, online game, and a FAQ.
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  • Undernet Chat Room Discussion Forum Club Personals ... Add A Link I think one who knows how to govern the empire should not do so. - Chuang Tzu. Horse's Hooves The Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy has this to say on the subject of flying. There is an art, it says, or rather a knack to flying. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss. Pick a nice day, it suggests, and try it. The first part is easy. All it requires is simply the ability to throw yourself forward with all your weight, and the willingness not to mind that it's going to hurt. That is, it's going to hurt if you fail to miss the ground. Most people fail to miss the ground, and if they are really trying properly, the likelihood is that they will fail to miss it fairly hard. Clearly, it's the second point, the missing, which presents the difficulties.
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52. Panic Disorder
The panic Attacks are not due to the direct physiological effects of a substance (eg Meets the criteria for panic Disorder; The presence of Agoraphobia
Panic Disorder
American Description
Diagnostic Criteria
  • Recurrent unexpected Panic Attacks Criteria for Panic Attack:
    A discrete period of intense fear or discomfort, in which four (or more) of the following symptoms developed abruptly and reached a peak within 10 minutes:
  • palpitations, pounding heart, or accelerated heart rate sweating trembling or shaking sensations of shortness of breath or smothering feeling of choking chest pain or discomfort nausea or abdominal distress feeling dizzy, unsteady, lightheaded, or faint derealization (feelings of unreality) or depersonalization (being detached from oneself) fear of losing control or going crazy fear of dying paresthesias (numbness or tingling sensations) chills or hot flushes At least one of the attacks has been followed by 1 month (or more) of one (or more) of the following:
  • persistent concern about having additional attacks worry about the implications of the attack or its consequences (e.g., losing control, having a heart attack, "going crazy") a significant change in behavior related to the attacks The Panic Attacks are not due to the direct physiological effects of a substance (e.g., a drug of abuse, a medication) or a general medical condition (e.g., hyperthyroidism).
  • 53. Highly Sensitive And Ultra Sensitive People, Roger Easterbrooks - Depression, An
    Specific support for those whose increased sensitivity to boundaries; noise, light, food, being around other people; creates feelings of overwhelming depression and panic.

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    I offer specific support and counseling for Highly Sensitive People as named and defined by the research of Dr. Elaine Aron. Both her work and my experience identified these are people as those whose increased awareness to space, noise, light, food, and being around other people can create feelings of depression, anxiety, panic, and overwhelm that interferes with their ability to fully enjoy the richness of this gift and their lives. I call others and myself with this type of life experience Ultra Sensitive. Audiotapes and Videos are available. Click here var test=0; document.write("<");document.write("! "); document.write(" ");document.write(">");
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    55. The Facts About SARS - Features - The Lab - Australian Broadcasting Corporation'
    A comprehensive guide to SARS, with articles by a team of science journalists at the Australian Broadcasting Corp. It details what is known about the outbreak, the virus, the ensuing panic and known symptoms and treatments.
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    The mystery pneumonia
    By Wilson da Silva
    It was on a farm somewhere in southern China where the mystery pneumonia we know as SARS probably began. Once in the cities, the virus spread and - thanks to air travel - is now a flaring epidemic in more than a dozen countries. What is SARS? How did it originate? What are the symptoms? And is it treatable? SARS, which stands for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome, is the name of a potentially fatal new respiratory disease only recently recognised by scientists. It is not the name of the micro-organism that causes the disease - this is suspected to be a virus, although exactly which one is still uncertain. Where did SARS come from? The disease was first identified by Dr Carlo Urbani, an infectious diseases specialist for the World Health Organisation who directed public health programs in Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam. Based in Hanoi, the 46-year-old Italian epidemiologist was called in after a visiting Chinese-American businessman, Johnny Cheng, became gravely ill and Vietnamese doctors were mystified by the disease. Urbani visited the man at the French Hospital in Hanoi on 26 February 2003 and, over the next week, took many samples. The disease looked like pneumonia - an acute disease marked by inflammation of the lungs and usually caused by bacteria, viruses or occasionally by chemical irritants. But the 48-year-old patient also had a high fever, cough, shortness of breath and other symptoms that suggested something else. Despite intensive care, Cheng eventually died - but not before he had infected 33 hospital staff and Urbani himself, who finally succumbed to the respiratory disease a month later. All of Vietnam's 62 cases can be traced to the businessman, who had arrived from Hong Kong only three days before being admitted to the hospital.

    56. Anxiety - Panic Resource Center -
    Medical news, information, books, articles, links, message boards, and more onanxiety and panic disorder.
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    57. NAMI NC Home
    State site providing support, education and advocacy for the families and friends of people with mental illnesses such as schizophrenia, major depression, bipolar disorder, obsessive compulsive disorder, panic disorder, Tourette's syndrome, attention deficit disorder, autism, and pervasive developmental disorder.
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    58. Anxiety/Panic Disorders: Information From WebMD
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    Anxiety and panic disorders affect an estimated 2.4 million Americans. Panic attacks are twice as common in women as in men. Find in-depth articles here about anxiety, its causes, symptoms, diagnosis, and effective treatments. Your Guide To Anxiety Topics Panic Disorder Social Anxiety Generalized Anxiety Phobias ... 10 Questions for Your Doctor Related Areas Mental Health Emotional Wellness Anxiety Disorders Linked With Alcoholism Relapse People who suffer from anxiety disorders may be more likely to experience relapses following attempts to quit drinking. Go To Article Who best suits you?

    59. Reality Panic
    Reality panic hosts the musings and ramblings of the IGDA s executive director,Jason Della Rocca. Posts focus on the game industry and all the issues
    Reality Panic hosts the musings and ramblings of the IGDA 's executive director, Jason Della Rocca . Posts focus on the game industry and all the issues around it. Opinions expressed do not necessarily represent the IGDA
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    London Heat
    Goodness, what a hot week in London. The fact that GDC Europe was packed to the brim didn't help any... Kudos to the American game group of CMP for reviving GDC Europe and putting on a great conference - especially under greater scrutiny given last year's mess... I particularly enjoyed all the non-conventional talks on stuff like government intervention , curriculum initiatives, global development hotspots, and designing games for grannies ... And while my quality of life panel was well attended/received, I was a bit disappointed to discover that the IGDA's whitepaper and related QoL initiatives have not gotten the same exposure in UK/Europe... As noted earlier , I kept pretty busy during my short stay. In particular, the Develop Industry Excellence Awards were quite enjoyable (with a wholly different, more social vibe, than the IGDA's Choice Awards). The IGDA's own

    60. The New Zork Times, Fall 1984
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      You're not sure who's who. But one thing is certain someone is dead. And now they're pointing fingers at you.
      Infocom Introduces Suspect In Suspect , Infocom's newest mystery game, you'll attend a murderously grand party that you'll never forget. The butler is dressed in a gorilla suit. Scores of outrageously costumed dancers waltz and two-step elegantly in the grand ballroom. A masked bartender mixes tasty and potent drinks. All around you are the cream of society senators, blue-blooded gentry, power brokers, and the idle rich dressed as no one has seen them before. Someone has come as a vampire; someone else as a short, cuddly robot; someone has even come dressed as a peanut butter sandwich! What a party! If you walk around the mansion, you'll be impressed by the richness everywhere. The Sitting Room, the Library, the Morning Room, the Sun Room all are impeccably furnished, bespeaking the wealth and fine taste of the owners. But the most striking thing you'll see here tonight is not the crystal chandelier, nor the valuable oriental rug, nor the spectacularly-clad partygoers. A dead body will be found here tonight, at this party. Strangled, curiously, with a piece of your costume. You don't know who the murderer is you suspect everyone but one thing is certain.

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