Slow recovery from voluntary hyperventilation in panic disorder.

@article{Wilhelm2001SlowRF,
  title={Slow recovery from voluntary hyperventilation in panic disorder.},
  author={Frank H. Wilhelm and Alexander L. Gerlach and Walton T. Roth},
  journal={Psychosomatic medicine},
  year={2001},
  volume={63 4},
  pages={638-49}
}
OBJECTIVE Because hyperventilation has figured prominently in theories of panic disorder (PD) but not of social phobia (SP), we compared predictions regarding diagnosis-specific differences in psychological and physiological measures before, during, and after voluntary hyperventilation. METHOD Physiological responses were recorded in 14 patients with PD, 24 patients with SP, and 24 controls during six cycles of 1-minute of fast breathing alternating with 1 minute of recovery, followed by 3… CONTINUE READING

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