Panic Attacks Linked To Higher Risk Of Heart Attacks And Heart Disease, Especially In Younger People
People who have been diagnosed with panic attacks or panic disorder have a greater risk of subsequently developing heart disease or suffering a heart attack than the normal population, with higher rates occurring in younger people, according to new research.
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