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  1. The Assessment and Treatment of Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia by Edwin De Beurs, 1993-04
  2. Agoraphobia - A Medical Dictionary, Bibliography, and Annotated Research Guide to Internet References by Health Publica Icon Health Publications, 2003-11-24
  3. Agoraphobia: Coping With the World Outside (Life Crisis Books) by Muriel Frampton, 1984-12
  4. Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia: A Guide by John H. Greist, James W. Jefferson, 2004-07
  5. Panic and Agoraphobia Scale (Pas): Manual by Borwin Bandelow, 1999-07
  6. Moral Agoraphobia: The Challenge of Egoism (Revisioning Philosophy) by Kim Chong Chong, 1996-08
  8. Agoraphobia: Simple, Effective Treatment by Claire Weekes, 1990-03-15
  9. Agoraphobia and Panic: A Guide to Psychological Treatment by Jeffrey E. Hecker, Geoffrey L. Thorpe, 1991-07
  10. Anxiety Disorders: Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia (DVD)
  11. Fearless Living: Planning Your Recovery from Agoraphobia by Judith L. Marquart, 1986-06
  12. Agoraphobia: Symptoms, causes, treatment by Arthur B Hardy, 1988
  13. Conquering Your Agoraphobia by Mona Woodford, 1987-04
  14. Fears, Phobias & Panic: A Self-Help Guide to Agoraphobia by Maureen Sheehan, 1990-10

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42. Panic Disorder, Separation Anxiety Disorder, And Agoraphobia In
Describes signs and symptoms, ways it can be disguised, possible causes, definitions, examples, medical Category Health Mental Health Disorders Anxiety......Panic disorder, Separation Anxiety disorder, and agoraphobia in Children and Jim Chandler, MD. agoraphobia and school. Table Of Contents .
Panic disorder, Separation Anxiety disorder, and Agoraphobia in Children and Adolescents
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What are panic attacks? How can you be sure that what happened was a panic attack and not some other medical problem?
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Agoraphobia and school Separation Anxiety Disorder Co-morbidity What Can be Done? Non-medical treatments
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Table Of Contents Up to 12% of ninth graders have had a panic attack. About 1-2% of all adults have multiple panic attacks. If you look at adults with panic disorder, 20% had their first panic attack before age 10. The first question is, What is a panic attack? Here are the official criteria:
Panic Attack
A discrete period of intense fear or discomfort, in which four (or more) of the following symptoms developed abruptly and reach a peak within 10 minutes:
  • 1. palpitations, pounding heart, or accelerated heart rate 2. Sweating 3. Trembling or shaking 4. Sensations of shortness of breath or smothering 5. feeling of choking

43. Panic Disorder And Agoraphobia In Children And Adolescents
Panic disorder, Separation Anxiety disorder, and agoraphobia in Childrenand Adolescents. by Jim Chandler, MD. This file has been renamed.
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44. Mandy's Panic Attacks
Personal story of panic attacks, depression, and agoraphobia with definitions, tips, relaxation techniques, and resources.
IF YOU HAVE BEEN HERE RECENTLY please refresh your screen or empty your cashe. Thanks. I have studies and gathered all sorts of information (and from personal experience,) have made this site, for people who suffer from Panic Attacks and/or Depression and Agoraphobia, and I have a large amount of information for friends and family who may have a loved one suffering from any of the above. This site provides alot of researched information, suggestions and so forth, so if you are dedicated in helping yourself, or someone you know, or just want to learn about this disorder, please feel free  to bookmark this page, as there is alot of information to go over. Please feel free also, to print out any of these pages. This site is free , but they can not be used on other sites as it is copy written. I have spent many hours and years, discovering new information and all I ask is that you please sign my guestbook. I would like to hear about any idea's you may have, or if you are a sufferer, or have a loved one suffering. I would also like to hear any comments, suggestions and criticisms about this site. Or if you have any ideas that may help others, please email me. It only takes a moment, and could be a great help. Every email WILL be answered. This is very important to me. The more input the better for millions of people and their families who suffer from this debilitating disorder.

45. Agoraphobia: Description, Criteria, Causes, Symptoms, Treatments And Medications
, Criteria, Causes, Symptoms, Treatments andMedications. agoraphobia. Description. agoraphobia is the fear......agoraphobia

46. Agoraphobia
agoraphobia. By Richard panic attack. A few years ago I worked with ayoung woman named Lily who had developed symptoms of agoraphobia.

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Does your website make you money? WHAT IS A PANIC ATTACK? A panic attack is a sudden rush of uncomfortable physical symptoms coupled with thoughts of impending doom (making a scene, heart attack, not being able to breathe). Although the first panic attack may take place in a distinct situation, further episodes are unpredictable as to time or place. One or more uncomfortable physical symptoms will be present in a severe form during an actual panic attack, such as increased heart rate, dizziness or lightheadedness, shortness of breath, inability to concentrate, and confusion. After a number of panic episodes, the individual can become afraid of being a helpless victim of panic. He or she may hesitate to be alone, to venture far from home, or to be in public places. Even when not experiencing an anxiety attack, the person with panic attacks often becomes increasingly nervous and apprehensive. He or she attempts to remain physically and psychologically tense in preparation for the next attack.

48. MEDLINEplus Medical Encyclopedia: Agoraphobia
agoraphobia. Call for an appointment with your health care provider if symptomssuggestive of agoraphobia develop. Prevention Return to top.
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Panic disorder with agoraphobia Definition Return to top An incapacitating fear of open spaces. Causes, incidence, and risk factors Return to top Agoraphobia is a disorder characterized by avoidance of crowds, and open and public places, particularly if escape or assistance is not immediately available. It may occur alone, or may accompany panic disorder
If it occurs with panic disorder, the onset is usually during the 20's, and women are affected more often than men. People with this disorder may become house bound for years, with resulting impairment of social and interpersonal relationships. Symptoms Return to top
  • Fear of being alone Fear of losing control in a public place Fear of being in places where escape might be difficult Becoming house bound for prolonged periods Feelings of detachment or estrangement from others Feelings of helplessness Dependence upon others Feeling that the body is unreal Feeling that the environment is unreal Anxiety or panic attack acute severe anxiety) Unusual temper or agitation with trembling or twitching
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49. ABIL: I Was Afraid To Drive My Car
ABIL is a nonprofit group with a mission to provide hope, support and advocacy for people suffering from debilitating phobias, panic attacks and/or agoraphobia by establishing self-help groups and providing public education.

50. MEDLINEplus Medical Encyclopedia: Panic Disorder With Agoraphobia
Panic disorder with agoraphobia. Panic disorder can occur with or withoutagoraphobia, but agoraphobia develops in more than onethird of cases.
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Panic disorder with agoraphobia Definition Return to top Panic disorder, one of the anxiety disorders, is characterized by repeated and unexpected attacks of intense fear and anxiety. Panic attacks are usually not related to a particular situation (although attacks in patients with social and specific phobias are usually expected or "cued" to a recognized or specific stimulus) and typically "peak" within ten minutes of their onset. Agoraphobia refers to a fear of being in places where escape might be difficult, or where help might be unavailable in case of a panic attack. Causes, incidence, and risk factors Return to top The exact cause of panic disorder is unknown, but it is associated with multiple physiological factors. Panic disorder can occur with or without agoraphobia , but agoraphobia develops in more than one-third of cases. The development of agoraphobia may involve learned behavior, since it reflects a fear of experiencing panic attacks in unprotected settings. Sometimes the association of panic attacks occurs with areas where they have happened.

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52. BBC Health - Features - Agoraphobia
agoraphobia By Dr. Trisha Macnair Ask a few questions A fear of open spaces withno escape The bridge held the clue Agoraphobics can become totally housebound






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Agoraphobia By Dr. Trisha Macnair Ask a few questions A fear of open spaces with no escape The bridge held the clue ... Treatment is essential One of my trickiest moments as a medical student was in my psychiatry finals when I was introduced to an apparently healthy young woman. I was told that she had a large collection of traffic tickets for abandoning her car in a one-way street at the entrance to a small bridge which crossed a river which ran through the centre of town. The examiner invited me to ask a few relevant questions to help establish the diagnosis. Ask a few questions Fortunately after a few nerve racking seconds I was able to put the pieces of the jigsaw together. I asked the following questions:
  • did she have a fear of being in some sort of situation where there was no obvious or immediate escape? how would she feel strolling on a long beach or in the crowd at a football match? did she prefer to stay at home as much as possible - was it a "safe haven" for her?
  • 53. Anxiety-panic Disorder Support
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    "He leads me beside still waters and He restores my soul." Anxious! Panicky! Feeling out-of-control? Are you wondering what is wrong? Do you sometimes feel like you are going crazy? That is how I once felt. I found out I was experiencing Panic Disorder. I turned to prayer and the promises God has given us. Then things began to change. Here's the good news. I was able to conquer it, and you can too! To read my story click here After I recovered from panic disorder I felt the need to share what I learned during my illness. I found most secular books do not address the spiritual side of panic disorder. You can learn how to apply your faith to the problem of fear. My first book is, Panic Buster: Learn to Conquer Panic Attacks and Agoraphobia. (Click on the title for more information.) This is a self-help workbook and can be used either by yourself or in a group setting. There are discussion questions at the end of each section and other helps throughout the book. Click to Order now!

    54. Agoraphobia: Techniques For Relief
    agoraphobia. agoraphobia is related to fear of developing paniclike symptoms (eg,dizziness or diarrhea). - Phillip W. Long, MD (Internet Mental Health).
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    - Phillip W. Long, M.D. (Internet Mental Health) The word "agoraphobia" originally meant "fear of the open marketplace" and meant fear of open spaces. Now it's usually used as a term to describe the fear of going into unfamiliar territory. Agoraphobics have had panic attacks before and are afraid of having a panic attack away from home or away from someone they feel safe with. Agoraphobics might describe their symptoms as panic, panic attacks, anxiety, nervousness, fear, spells, rapid heartbeat, hyperventilation, fear of death, fear of going crazy or the fear of fear itself. Agoraphobics experience anxiety about being in places or situations from which escape might be difficult. They are afraid panic-like symptoms might occur. Agoraphobic fears could include being outside the home; being in a crowd; being on a bridge; and traveling. Agoraphobia usually causes people to avoid these situations or have someone accompany them - sometimes causing serious interruptions and inconveniences and often leading to feelings of low self-worth. Agoraphobics often have a lifestyle which is severely limited by their condition.

    55. The Anxiety Network International Home Page
    Provides information, support, and therapy for the three largest anxiety disorders social anxiety (social phobia), panic/agoraphobia, and generalized anxiety. Many articles specifically about Agorapohobia.
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    56. Anxiety And Agoraphobia Treatment Center, Ltd.
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    57. PanicSupport4U: Online Support For Anxiety, Panic Disorder & Agoraphobia.
    An online support group for sufferers of anxiety, panic disorder, and agoraphobia. We are committed to educating each other on the phases and faces of panic.
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    58. Agoraphobia Information - Causes Symptoms Treatment Of Agoraphobia
    agoraphobia. Information on the symptoms, diagnosis, effects and treatment of agoraphobia.The Disease Information Center. agoraphobia. agoraphobia Newsgroups.
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    Learn basic facts about agoraphobia, including causes, prevention, symptoms, treatments, cures, diagnosis and complications. Agoraphobia Without Panic Disorder
    Guide to treatments and medications commonly used for people who suffer agoraphobia without history of panic attacks, from PsyWeb Agoraphobia Info
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    Learn how to subscribe to these mailing lists offering support and help for people suffering from anxiety disorders, including agoraphobia. Genetic Epidemiology of Phobia
    Study which examines the interrelationship of agoraphobia, social phobia and other phobias in women.

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    60. Anxiety And Panic Hub - Anxiety Attacks, Panic Attacks
    The Anxiety Panic Hub provides information,resources and world wide support forpeople who experience panic attacks,or an an anxiety disorder and agoraphobia.
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    Secondary Conditions
    With early diagnosis and early intervention measures, such as education and basic cognitive skills, the secondary conditions associated to the anxiety disorders can be prevented.
    Agoraphobia/Avoidance Behaviour
    While not all people who develop an anxiety disorder develop agoraphobia, many people do. This in turn complicates our experience and adds to the stress and anxiety many of us feel. In the past agoraphobia was known as the fear of open spaces or fear of the 'market place'. Now it is recognised as a fear of having a panic attack in which help or escape may be difficult or we will make a fool of ourselves or embarrass ourselves in some way. The avoidance behaviour can be categorised in a number of ways:
    1. As an overall defence against ongoing panic and anxiety. People may have 'boundaries' of where they can and can't go. Sometimes these boundaries may mean they can't leave the house or perhaps even leave one room. 2. A person may have had a panic attack or panic like symptoms in a particular situation or place and avoid going back into the situation or place for fear of having a panic attack or panic like symptoms.

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