Online Management & Treatment of Panic Attacks

End panic attacks & manage your anxiety online at MEDvidi

MEDvidi offers help with managing panic attacks to adults of all ages. Online treatment can provide a more comprehensive and convenient experience than walk-in clinics.

Our certified healthcare specialists are here to suggest personalized treatment plans to help individuals struggling with anxiety and panic attacks.

Telehealth allows patients to get virtual panic attack treatment characterized by the following:

Experiencing panic attacks can be difficult and frightening.
If you want to consult mental care professionals on how to manage panic attacks effectively, MEDvidi is the right place for you!

Best Treatment for Panic Attacks of Any Type

There are several types of panic attacks, and our doctors know how to recognize and manage them all.

The DSM-5 distinguishes two types:

Expected panic attacks

They are anticipated and often triggered by specific situations: flying, public speaking, or taking exams. The individual may be aware of their fear, predict the onset of a panic attack, and prepare to cope with it.

Unexpected panic attacks

They are not triggered by any particular event or situation and can come on without warning. This type of attack may be more difficult to cope with, as the individual may not be prepared for the sudden onset of panic and fear.

What Can Be a Cause of Panic Attacks?

MEDvidi offers help with managing panic attacks to adults of all ages. Online treatment can provide a more comprehensive and convenient experience than walk-in clinics.
Our certified healthcare specialists are here to suggest personalized treatment plans to help individuals struggling with anxiety and panic attacks.

Telehealth allows patients to get virtual panic attack treatment characterized by the following:


People with a family history of panic disorder are at an increased risk of developing panic attacks.

Anxiety Disorders.

People with anxiety disorders can experience intense fear or worry that leads to physical and emotional reactions, such as a racing heart, sweating, and feelings of impending doom. These physical symptoms can be so intense that they cause the person to fear they are having a heart attack or other medical emergency, triggering a panic attack.

Medical Conditions.
Certain medical conditions, such as an overactive thyroid or heart arrhythmias, can also trigger panic attacks.
Stressful life events such as the death of a loved one, a job loss, or major life changes can make the body release hormones such as adrenaline and cortisol. It can cause physical symptoms such as increased heart rate, sweating, trembling, and difficulty breathing. These physical symptoms can then lead to feelings of fear and dread, causing panic attacks.
Substance Abuse.

Substance abuse, including excessive alcohol use or drug abuse, can lead to an imbalance in the body’s natural chemicals, which can cause feelings of anxiety, stress, and fear.

Past Trauma.

Unresolved trauma, such as physical or sexual abuse, can trigger a person’s natural fight-or-flight response. When a person experiences a traumatic event, the body’s natural response is to protect itself by releasing hormones that increase heart rate, affect breathing, and induce other physical reactions. This can lead to a feeling of intense fear or panic, as the body perceives a threat even when there is none present.

When to Seek Panic Attack Treatment?

Panic attacks are characterized by abrupt feelings of intense fear or discomfort, reaching their peak within minutes of onset, and are also associated with the following symptoms:

If you experience any of the above, consider consulting a MEDvidi doctor to get a personalized treatment plan. We can help you on your journey to better mental health.

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Explore the Possibility of Insurance Coverage

Several insurance providers from six states can cover your anxiety and panic attacks treatment at MEDvidi.

You can also get in touch with our Care Team. We will gladly provide you with all the important information on how much you can save on your panic attack treatment medication and therapy with insurance.

Do not worry if your insurance cannot cover your mental health treatment. You can still receive anxiety and panic attack treatment at a regular price.

How It Works

1. Use the SmartCare checker to examine your symptoms

Complete a free panic attack assessment via our SmartCare assessment tool, which was created based on the DSM-5 diagnostic criteria. The result will assist our doctors in choosing the best course of treatment for you.

2. Have a video call with a doctor

Create an account to have your first appointment with a doctor. During a visit, they will evaluate your mental health, the symptoms of panic attacks, and your medical history. Assessing anxiety disorders with panic attacks online is equally as reliable as in-person visits since it involves common diagnostic tests and questionnaires.

3. Get a treatment plan and comply with it

Receive a personalized treatment plan from your healthcare provider and discuss if medication management is necessary. You can achieve better results faster if you adhere to the regimen strictly.

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Your Individual Treatment Plan for Anxiety and Panic Attacks

The doctor will create a personalized treatment plan for you after assessing your condition. A combination of talk therapy and medication may be used to treat your symptoms. Lifestyle changes can also be recommended to help alter your behavioral patterns for long-term improvements. These are the most popular steps:

Attend therapy sessions

Therapy can be an most effective treatment for anxiety disorders and panic attacks. It helps understand the root causes of your symptoms. Through therapy, you learn to identify and challenge your irrational thoughts and beliefs and manage your reactions in a healthy way. With the help of a mental health professional, you can learn the skills to cope with your anxiety and live a healthier and happier life.

Get your medication

Medications can help in several ways. First of all, they help reduce the symptoms by decreasing anxiety, increasing relaxation, and stabilizing mood. They can also decrease the frequency and severity of attacks. Additionally, medications can lower the fear associated with the triggering condition and help reduce its impact on daily life.

Do physical activity

Regular exercising can help reduce the symptoms by releasing endorphins, which decrease stress and anxiety. It can help to increase self-esteem, improve your mood and help you better cope with stress.


Regular practice of meditation can help create better emotional and mental balance. Additionally, meditation can build resilience to stress and anxiety, allowing you to recover more quickly from panic attack episodes.

Practice breathing exercises

Breathing exercises can help reduce physical symptoms, such as increased heart rate and shortness of breath. They can also help reduce psychological symptoms, such as intense fear and anxiety. By focusing on deep breathing and relaxation techniques, a person can learn to control their breathing and reduce the intensity of a panic attack.

Stick to a healthy lifestyle

Eating a balanced diet and getting enough sleep can help regulate the hormones and neurotransmitters that are involved in the stress response.

Avoid alcohol, caffeine, and smoking

Alcohol, caffeine, and smoking can worsen the symptoms of panic attacks and make the attacks more intense. Alcohol can also interfere with the effectiveness of medications used to treat this condition. Caffeine can increase the number of symptoms, make it more difficult for the body to relax, and lead to an even higher level of anxiety. Finally, smoking can trigger an increase in heart rate and blood pressure, making panic attacks worse.

Attend support groups in your area

Support groups for panic attacks can provide valuable support and guidance. There is a safe and supportive environment for people to talk about their experiences and to learn from others who have also gone through similar things. Support groups can also provide important education about the disorder and techniques for its management. Finally, they can help build a sense of community and connection with other people who are dealing with the same issues.

Reach out to a mental health professional to discuss treatment options for your panic attacks.

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Get Personalized Support Through Therapy

Therapy for panic attacks is typically tailored to the individual’s unique needs and challenges. The primary goal is to help you develop skills and strategies to manage panic. This includes learning how to recognize and control the physical symptoms of a panic attack, as well as how to create a plan to manage anxiety and related fears.

Cognitive-behavioral Therapy (CBT)

Cognitive-behavioral therapy helps a person to better assess the circumstances that set off their attacks. One can also learn how to reframe stressful situations to make them less triggering. In addition, therapists may help learn beneficial breathing and relaxation techniques.

Unexpected panic attacks

Exposure therapy can help individuals confront their fears and learn to manage them in a safe, controlled environment. This type of therapy focuses on exposing one to the trigger gradually and systematically, and it helps to desensitize the person to the things that trigger their panic attacks.

How Exactly Can Therapy for Panic Attacks Help?

Panic attacks are characterized by abrupt feelings of intense fear or discomfort, reaching their peak within minutes of onset, and are also associated with the following symptoms:

A better understanding of panic attacks.

Through therapy, you can better understand the physical, mental, and emotional processes associated with panic attacks. This improved understanding can help you better manage the symptoms and recognize when an attack is imminent, so you can take steps to prevent or minimize it.

Improved skills for managing panic attacks.

Therapy can help you develop skills to manage your symptoms more effectively. This might include learning how to relax and use calming techniques, such as deep breathing and muscle relaxation, as well as learning how to challenge unhelpful thoughts and develop positive self-talk.

Increased confidence.

Therapy can also help you feel more confident in managing panic attacks and other areas of your life. Increased confidence can help you feel more empowered and in control, leading to improved mental health and well-being.

Stronger relationships.

By learning to manage panic attacks, you can also improve your relationships with others. This can be especially beneficial if your symptoms have been causing problems in your relationships

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What Can Be a Cause of Panic Attacks?

When panic attacks happen, benzodiazepines like alprazolam (Xanax) and clonazepam (Klonopin) can help relieve the symptoms. But be careful and follow the doctor’s instructions, as uncontrolled long-term use or taking high doses can easily lead to dependence and will not help address an underlying anxiety issue. Due to this reason, doctors only advise using anxiety medications temporarily during a crisis. Note that it is required to be diagnosed with an anxiety or panic disorder to be prescribed benzodiazepines and have them on hand when needed.

Occasionally, you may be recommended to start long-term treatment with antidepressants, such as:

Remember that it may take a few weeks after starting taking medications for panic attacks before symptoms start to improve.

When taking medications for panic disorder, it is important to be aware of any potential side effects. Common side effects may include drowsiness, nausea, headache, insomnia, and dry mouth. It is also important to tell your doctor if you take any other medications or supplements to avoid interactions.

Take medication for panic attacks as prescribed by your doctor. Do not skip doses and do not take extra doses without consulting your doctor. It is also important to tell your doctor if you experience any new or worsening symptoms.

Benefits of Online Prescriptions for Panic Attacks

With MEDvidi’s online prescription process, you can experience the convenience of getting a prescription from licensed professionals without having to make a traditional walk-in visit to your doctor.

This process offers several advantages, such as:

The best medication for panic attacks and anxiety treatment depends on the patient’s medical history. Common medications for anxiety and panic attacks are antidepressants, such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and serotonin-norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors (SNRIs). Benzodiazepines are also used to treat anxiety and panic attacks, but they are typically prescribed for short-term use. Other medications that may be prescribed include antipsychotics, beta-blockers, and Buspirone. It is important to consult with a healthcare provider to determine the best prescription drugs for anxiety and panic attacks for your specific situation.

According to multidimensional scaling (MDS) of panic symptoms, panic attacks can be the following:

  • Derealization. It is believed to be caused by an extreme level of anxiety or distress that overwhelms the individual’s ability to process their environment. It can be triggered by a traumatic event or prolonged stressful period.
  • Cardiac panic attack. It is often caused by a serious underlying heart condition such as coronary artery disease (CAD). It can be a frightening experience for the person experiencing it, as the fear of having a heart attack is at the forefront of their minds.
  • Respiratory panic attack. It primarily affects the breathing system. It can occur suddenly and without warning, leading to a feeling of suffocation and fear of dying.

However, the DSM-5 distinguishes these two types:

  • Expected panic attack. They are anticipated and often triggered by specific situations.
  • Unexpected panic attack. They are not triggered by any particular event or situation and can come on without warning.

A panic attack can feel like a sudden onset of intense fear or discomfort, accompanied by physical symptoms such as dizziness, shortness of breath, a racing heart, and sweating. One may also get a choking feeling, nausea, chest pain, and a fear of losing control or dying.

No, it is not a medical emergency. However, if the person is experiencing severe panic attack symptoms or they are having difficulty breathing, they should seek medical attention immediately.

Find Out More About Anxiety Treatment

Our blog has a lot of helpful information on the signs and treatment options for panic attacks. Learn more about the most effective therapy techniques and medication for panic attacks.

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You have the power to take control of your mental health and learn to manage your panic attacks. Contact our expert team for confidential advice on your anxiety treatment and medication.

You have the power to take control of your mental health and learn to manage your panic attacks. Contact our expert team for confidential advice on your anxiety treatment and medication management.

Whether you need a one-time consultation or long-term mental health support, we are here to help you on your path toward a healthy and productive life.