Ryan says that ever since being electrocuted while fixing his Christmas lights, he has been suffering from extreme anxiety.
He says he’s had 100 panic attacks in four months and spends most of his day lying on the floor wearing a nasal strip and essential oils, in an effort to prevent the attacks.TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Life in crisis?
The police officer says he feels “there’s something wrong with me,” but says doctors dismiss his symptoms and that his wife doesn’t take him seriously and calls him “obsessive.”
In the video above, Dr. Phil reviews what Robert says happened when he suffered from his first panic attack.
“These doctors that are telling you there’s nothing wrong with you; I don’t know what the hell they’re thinking. There is something wrong with you,” Dr. Phil says to Ryan. WATCH: Man Who Says He’s Had 100 Panic Attacks In Four Months Shares What His Life Is Like
Watch the video above to hear Dr. Phil’s explanation of what he believes is going on in Ryan’s body. And on Monday’s episode
, hear what Dr. Phil says he believes Ryan should do that can help lessen his symptoms. Check here
to see where you can watch.TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Life A Disaster?
The Daily Rituals Of A Man Who Has Suffered 100 Panic Attacks In Four MonthsSeason 16 of
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