Persistent Panic Attacks? 3 Surprising Treatments That May Help You Live A Panic-Free Life

Approximately 4 percent of Canadians will suffer from a panic disorder at some point during their lives. For 1 to 2 percent of the population, panic disorders are persistent and very difficult to treat. While many of the latter are able to reduce their panic attacks with a combination of medication and cognitive behavioral therapy, some do not experience complete relief from their symptoms with these conventional treatments alone. Fortunately, there are other treatments that may help.