Fear, Anxiety, or Panic?
HOSTED BY: Mass General Brigham McLean
There’s no question that healthy doses of fear and anxiety can serve us well. Individually or in tandem, they help us avoid everyday dangers and navigate life challenges. In fact, our brains are wired to leverage fear in response to perceived threats, and anxiety in response to threats that may or may not happen. But when fear grows too intense, it can lead to panic attacks. And when anxiety goes unchecked, it can impair our ability to function.
So how can we tell the difference between naturally occurring fear or anxiety and life-impacting panic and anxiety disorders? When should we seek professional help for these challenges? And what does effective treatment look like?
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