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Hiring a therapist who specializes in paranoia is a strong stepping stone. The patient must learn first to trust the therapist and understand that the therapist is there to help them, and not cause emotional harm. It is commonly noted that cognitive behavioral therapy is often used to treat paranoia, because this type of therapy allows both the patient and the therapist to closely examine and address any behaviors that are linking the paranoid thinking and behavior. Individuals can work on their own to address paranoia by making lifestyle changes that will improve well-being and personal behaviors. When paranoia has symptoms like nausea, headaches and increased heart rates, medications may also be a good option. The patient?s paranoia therapist can help them will all these options and a success plan that will guide them into a more relaxed state of mind.