“AntiPanic Pro” app

  • Professional! The application was developed by professional psychologists.
  • Effective! Collected here are proven techniques for dealing with panic attacks during an attack and for reducing anxiety in daily life.
  • Diverse! Methods of various psychological functions dealing with anxiety states have been integrated.
  • For any alarm! Not only with panic attacks, but also with anxiety.
  • Economical! 10 times cheaper than a course of medicines!

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