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Once someone has had one panic attack, are subsequent ones more likely?

Someone who has experienced panic attacks in the past is more likely to experience them in the future than someone who has never had one. That being said, panic attacks respond very well to a type of treatment called cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT); someone who gets into treatment may have very few or no panic attacks in the future.

This content originally appeared on HealthyWomen.org.

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