UNC treats panic-attack sufferers
The rapid eye movement therapy helps participants become less fearful of panic attacks by desensitizing memories and feelings related to panics. During treatment, participants are asked to think about anxiety-provoking images while following the therapist's fingers quickly with their eyes.
Original Work Citation
Hall, B. (1996, April 28). UNC treats panic-attack sufferers. Chapel Hill, NC:The Chapel Hill Herald, Final, Front, 1
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