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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Borderline personality

At even more extreme moments, persons with the borderline personality disorder may engage in self-mutilation (usually cutting themselves). They also occasionally suffer psychotic withdrawals from reality in which they lose all sense of time and place. Because of the extremes to which 'borderline' cases swing, they also tend to be diagnosed with other disorders such as depression, generalised anxiety, agoraphobia, and so on. Whereas the anti-social personality disorder is more common in men, the borderline disorder is more common in women.

Pathology

Mayberg et al. (1999) investigated with positron emission techniques two complementary alterations in mood transient sadness provoked in healthy volunteers and treatment-induced resolution of dysphoria in clinically depressed patients. The results indicated reciprocal changes involving nearly identical limbic-paralimbic and neocortical regions (pp. 678-679). In other words, the neurophysiology of a mood disorder might be, at best, only quantitatively different from the neuro-physiology of normal sadness. Kendler (2005) goes further to suggest for anxiety disorders that neurophysiologically a panic attack during a near-fatal climbing accident in a psychiatrically healthy individual or in a crowded shopping mall in a patient with agoraphobia are probably the same (p. 437).

Phobias

There are three major types of phobias specific phobias, social phobias, and agoraphobia. Specific phobias are those triggered by fear of a specific object, such as snakes or spiders. Claustrophobia (fear of enclosed spaces), acrophobia (fear of heights), and fear of flying or driving also fall into this category. About 8 percent of American adults experience one or more specific phobias in any given year. Typically developing in childhood, many specific phobias disappear by adulthood. Those that last into adulthood usually require treatment. Agoraphobia, a term that literally means fear of the open marketplace, refers to fear of being in public places, such as streets, shopping malls, theaters, airplanes, and other places where people gather. People with agoraphobia fear that they will not be able to escape from a given place or that no one will be available to help them in such circumstances. People with agoraphobia often do not venture out of their homes unless accompanied by...