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Matthew “Matt” Lindgren is an Oakland counselor therapist who provides panic attack anxiety counseling and therapy.
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REMEMBER HOW YOU FELT BEFORE PANIC ATTACKS?
Before you started having panic attacks, you probably remember that your emotions made a bit more sense. You didn't just suddenly begin feeling extreme emotions and physical reactions. You may have experienced a general sense of well-being and a sense of hopefulness about the future. You felt more capable and empowered, like you could handle things easier. Matthew Matt Lindgren might be able to help you feel that way again.
THEN PANIC ATTACKS STARTED
Many people assume they're having a heart attack when they first experience panic symptoms, and they learn about what's happening from visiting an emergency room. The feelings of an attack often make you feel as if your were dying. People are often surprised to learn their symptoms are behavioral in origin.
Sometimes people know when or why they began to have panic attacks. Sometimes panic attacks happen after a traumatic or frightening event, and things that remind you of the event seem to cause the panic attacks. For some people, panic attacks don't seem to be related to a specific event. They might just happen out of the blue. Matthew Matt Lindgren can help you understand the origin of your panic symptoms and help you come up with a plan to end them.
YOU MAY FEAR LEAVING HOME
When people begin to suffer more and more from panic attacks, they will often be reluctant leave the house, for fear of encountering something that will trigger or cause an attack. Sometimes this reluctance turns into a fear of leaving the home itself, called agoraphobia. Lonely, and isolated, it can be challenging to get out of the house for work or school. Matthew Matt Lindgren understands how debilitating panic symptoms can be.
YOU'RE NOT SURE WHAT TO DO
Your physician may help by prescribing medication, some of which can become habit-forming, and over time, make your panic symptoms even worse. Medication can often improve panic symptoms, but sometimes is not enough alone. Perhaps you've tried forms of therapy that did not work. You may not be sure what to do next.
MATTHEW MATT LINDGREN WOULD LIKE TO HELP
There are treatments for panic attacks and panic disorders that work for many, but not all people. You deserve to see a therapist who utilizes the most recent advances in psychotherapy to help people recover and heal from panic symptoms.
You owe it to yourself and those you love to get the help you deserve. Matthew Matt Lindgren would like to help.