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Anxiety disorders are a far more common problem than was once thought. Acute anxiety disorder manifests itself in episodes commonly known as "panic attacks". PANIC attacks involve a "flight or fight" response, or a complex involuntary physiological response in which the body prepares itself to deal with an emergency situation.  


Panic attacks are usually abrupt and intense. They can occur at any time of day or night, lasting from seconds up to a half-hour. They are often unpredictable and triggered by stress. Food allergies and hypoglycemia, or low blood sugar, are also common with people who experience anxiety.
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In addition to Cognitive Behavioral Therapy techniques, Dr. Baten teaches her patients to identify the foods that can stimulate and trigger panic attacks. She educates individuals on how to eat a healthy diet and use nutrients and supplements to treat the symptoms of anxiety.
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