Panic disorders can be debilitating, causing individuals to feel trapped and overwhelmed by their own thoughts and fears. For Tulisha Sengupta (name changed), a 27-year-old working woman in an MNC in Gurugram, panic had become a regular part of her life. After months of struggling with panic attacks, she decided to seek help from Manasthali, a leading mental health and wellness platform.
Through cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), Ms. Sengupta learned how to identify and challenge negative thought patterns, develop coping mechanisms for dealing with stress and anxiety, and practice relaxation and mindfulness techniques. Over the course of several months, she worked with licensed therapists at Manasthali to manage her mental health and improve her overall well-being.
“Cognitive-behavioral therapy is an evidence-based treatment for panic disorders,” says Dr. Jyoti Kapoor, Founder-Director and Senior Psychiatrist at Manasthali. “Through CBT, we were able to help Tulisha regain control of her life and manage her mental health.”
According to a study published in the Journal of Anxiety Disorders, cognitive-behavioral therapy is an effective treatment for panic disorders, with approximately 70-90% of individuals experiencing significant improvement in their symptoms.
Ms. Sengupta’s journey of healing serves as an inspiration to others who may be struggling with panic disorders. With the right treatment and support, individuals can overcome their mental health challenges and lead fulfilling, productive lives.