New insight into panic attacks: Carbon Dioxide is the culprit | Journal of Young Investigators

Using the Panic Symptom List and electronic visual analogue scale, which use criteria established by the American Psychiatric Association, to measure anxiety levels, the researchers found that panic symptoms increased when increasing concentrations of carbon dioxide were administered. Moreover, the panic symptoms were more acute for younger participants of the study, between the ages of 18 and …

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