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The Dr Paul Show – Anxiety Part 2 – Episode 15

anxiety disorders

In this second of a series on anxiety disorders, Dr. Paul discusses panic attacks along with generalized anxiety disorder. He defines these terms and explains that these are among the most common diagnoses that he and other psychiatrists diagnose and treat, and he explains how treating it preventively is better than just treating the symptoms.

Where Black Box Warnings Go Wrong for Bipolar Disorder

Lately, the media has given a lot of attention to “Black Box Warnings” for increased risk of suicide for patients under 18 years of age to mid-20s who are prescribed psychotropic medications. For every highly publicized individual instance of a radically adverse response to medication, there are thousands of patients who have benefitted from treatment and … Read more

Non-addictive medications help relieve depression, other symptoms

From Dr. Paul Corona’s book, Healing the Mind and Body, Volume 3 We’re so fortunate to live in a time when many excellent medications are widely available to relieve depression and other symptoms. In one generation, the treatment of anxiety and depression has moved from symptomatic medications and narcotics – that did little more than dull the emotional … Read more

Anxiety Disorders Take on Many Forms

Excerpt from Healing The Mind and Body, Volume 2. If more people paid attention to their level of anxiety, they could avoid a great deal of unhappiness resulting from ongoing rumination, ill health, and disruptions in relationships with family members and co-workers. Typically, the agitation and irritability are the body’s way of telling us we need to … Read more

About Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety symptoms are the most common complaint of patients in my practice, so I am going to cover this subject in my next several blogs. My practice focuses full time on treating depression, anxiety symptoms, bipolar disorder, ADD, OCD, eating disorders, addiction, etc, but the most common complaint is not “I’m depressed”, but rather “I’m … Read more