The information in this infographic is for guidance only and does not certify any diagnosis. Only a psychiatrist or psychologist may perform an accurate diagnosis. If you feel you may be suffering from  anxiety or a panic disorder, it is best to consult a professional.

However, if you like learn more about anxiety, the Panic Away program by Barry McDonagh has got some good advice and insights about this disorder, you can access it on the link in the right panel. We also invite you to visit our recommended sites, where you will find excellent information about the different types of anxiety and its treatments.

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