PanicShield - Panic Attack Aid 12+

Panic Self Help | CBT

Inquiry Health LLC

    • 4.8 • 13 Ratings
    • Free



If you suffer from panic attacks, PanicShield can help provide relief.

PanicShield contains 4 different tools to protect against panic attacks:

Guide: Learn about the mental mechanisms of panic attacks, how to use the other portions of this app, and find helpful internet resources.

Breathe: A simple paced breathing app that can help calm you down before a potential panic attack or during a panic attack. Simply breathe in and out as the circle grows and shrinks.

Internal Exposure: Train your mind to not be afraid of certain internal bodily sensations that you may associate with an imminent panic attack.

External Exposure: Train your mind to not fear certain external situations or activities that you may avoid out of fear of having a panic attack there.

PanicShield was designed in collaboration with multiple mental health professionals. PanicShield is free and contains no ads or in-app purchases. Thank you for supporting our efforts with your positive ratings and reviews. Please send any requests, questions, or feedback via email to and we will be sure to respond to each one.

Disclaimer: This mental health application is not intended to be a replacement for treatment nor any sort of medical intervention. Treatment by a mental health professional is, by far, the best way to overcome panic disorder or other mental illnesses.

What’s New

Version 1.1.1

Bug fixes and optimizations!

Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
13 Ratings

13 Ratings

DandyHighwayman7609 ,

Misleading, “exposure therapy” text

The paragraph beginning “to break this fear” is wrong. There can NOT be this all or nothing thinking. It should read; “its okay to try and not stay long the first time. If you keep trying again you will gradually make progress.”
The patient should be encouraged as having made some progress, not none! This way of thinking will likely cause the patient to feel like they fsiled nust because they became overwhelmed. To feel overwhelmed is normal. Please edit this segment in EXTERNAL EXPOSURE to ensure that patients know they are not expected to conquer this fast just because you may think they should.
The patient needs to face it when they feel strong enough to cope with the inevitable anxiety it brings.
Only a patient can choose this, and when to stay longer. Otherwise it is like being held captive and that will NOT help any recovery to begin, in fact it is likely to do more harm.

I am a student of trauma, psychology and Schema Therapy, currently researching and writing a report for distribution, to help staff in related medical and psychology industries understand how this manifests so that help is better tailored to suit a patient, not an over enthused and unrealistic practitioner.

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