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Name: cindy

Question:
Can menopause cause panic attacks and depression? I am in Post Menopause and I am starting to have these attacks, what can I do? thanks, cindy

Answer:
Hi Cindy

Some women do develop an anxiety disorder as a result of menopause. As it is just beginning, you are in the position where you can use early intervention
strategies to prevent or to minimise any possible development into an anxiety disorder.

Can you read our prevention pages on our website?

http://www.panicattacks.com.au/about/anxdis/prevention.html

The most effective therapy for panic and anxiety in the long term is cognitive behavioural therapy. You can ask your doctor for a referral to a cognitive behavioural therapist, who will be able to teach you how to
manage not only your panic attacks, but also your anxiety.

http://www.panicattacks.com.au/pa/links/cbtindex.html

Kind Regards,

Bronwyn Fox

Power Surge Anxiety-Panic Expert

Founder of The Panic Anxiety Hub

Online Panic Anxiety Management Program

E.mail Bronwyn Fox

Author of Power Over Panic: Freedom From Panic/Anxiety Related Disorders"


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