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Can panic disorder be prevented?

Panic disorder can sometimes be prevented with medications and psychotherapy. It is important to continue with your medication and therapy in order to prevent your panic attacks from getting worse. Avoiding stress, drugs, and alcohol is crucial in helping to prevent additional attacks. You should also exercise regularly and make sure that you get proper rest.

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