Although a relationship between caffeine consumption and panic attacks in patients with panic disorder (PD) is well established, no compilation of the effect magnitude has been made. In the present meta-analysis, we examined the acute effects of placebo-controlled caffeine challenge on occurrence of panic attacks and subjective anxiety in patients with PD.
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