Overcoming Agoraphobia and Extreme Anxiety Disorders

Overcoming Agoraphobia & Extreme Anxiety Disorders

After reading Overcoming Agoraphobia & Extreme Anxiety Disorders, youll be given a better understanding of all things related to the condition, so that you dont have to be afraid anymore. If youve been suffering for any amount of time, dont allow yourself to feel hopeless and alone. This problem is more common than you might think and the first step to overcoming any anxiety issue is by learning all you can about it. Find out what causes panic disorders and discover how you can create a different life for yourself starting today. Here are just a few things youll learn by reading this complete anxiety guide: What anxiety is and why it happensHow anxiety can lead to panic disordersWhat agoraphobia is and how to know if youre at riskHow to recognize symptoms of agoraphobia and how to manage itAn overview of the different types of anxiety disordersWhat you can do to improve this condition once and for allHow to fight the root of anxiety and panic disorders stressWhether or not adrenal fatigue is the cause of your problemsHelpful therapy options that have been proven to be effectiveAlternative remedies for stress, depression and panic disorders

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Box 171 Phobias and Manias

Agoraphobia is fear of being in a public place. The agora in ancient Greece was the marketplace. Xenophobia is an irrational fear of strangers, taken from the Greek root xen o, which means strange or foreign. Acrophobia, a fear of heights, is taken from the root acro-, meaning terminal, highest, or topmost. In most medical terms, this root is used to mean extremity, as in acrocyanosis. Hydrophobia is a

What Are Panic Attacks

Panic attacks are very common and more common in young people in both men and women. People feel that they are extremely ill, feel their heart beating fast and forcefully in their chest, notice a change in their breathing pattern, and may breathe very fast and deep (hyperventilation). Sweating, having a headache or intense fear, not wanting to leave the house (agoraphobia), wanting to run away into the open air, not being able to tolerate being in a room (claustrophobia), are other features of panic attacks. Some people may hyperventilate and lose consciousness.

Classification Of Dental Fears

The anxiety disorders include panic disorder with or without agoraphobia, agoraphobia without panic disorder, specific phobia, social phobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder, acute stress disorder, generalized anxiety disorders and anxiety disorders due to a medical condition.

F402 Specific isolated phobias

Phobias restricted to highly specific situations such as proximity to particular animals, heights, thunder, darkness, flying, closed spaces, urinating or defecating in public toilets, eating certain foods, dentistry, or the sight of blood or injury. Though the triggering situation is discrete, contact with it can evoke panic as in agoraphobia or social phobia.

Training In Hypnosis

Hypnosis is particularly suited to use as an adjunct in treatment of anxiety disorders 95 of practitioners of hypnosis use it to assist in the treatment of anxiety. Hypnosis can be a powerful adjunct to desensitization and to coping rehearsal, since it attributes realism to imagined events. Arousal reduction and relaxation may be enhanced using hypnotic procedures. Self-hypnosis techniques or hypnotic interventions have proved useful in simple phobias, for panic patients and in the treatment of agoraphobia. As Frankel and Orne (1976) have noted, phobic patients tend to be more hypnotizable than other patients or the general population. Apart from general anxiety reduction, hypnotic techniques may be applied to re-establish a sense of self-worth and self-esteem.