Causes and Symptoms of Agoraphobia

Causes and Symptoms of Agoraphobia

It is an anxiety disorder. Agoraphobic fears is basically involve characteristic clusters of situations, which might be contain being outside the house alone, Standing during a line, being on a bridge and travelling in a bus. Here we provide information for the people who have Agoraphobia we provide the Causes and Symptoms of Agoraphobia.

People who have agoraphobia avoid situations that may cause them to feel the following things.

  • Trapped
  • Helpless
  • Panic
  • Embarrassment
  • fear

There are two types of agoraphobia

  • Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia
  • Without Panic Disorder

1). Panic Disorder with Agoraphobia

People have repeated panic attacks related to their agoraphobia. Panic attacks are incident of intense fear. It is very common agoraphobia.

2). Without Panic Disorder

It is very rare type of agoraphobia. It occurs in people who don’t have panic attacks.

Following are the Causes and Symptoms of Agoraphobia.

Causes of Agoraphobia: – People who have agoraphobia link anxiety to certain selling or situations. They are avoiding those setting or situations. They are afraid they might feel anxious again or have another panic attack.

Symptoms of Agoraphobia: – People may have the following symptoms with 2nd types Agoraphobia.

  • Fear for go outside of their home for long time.
  • People are dependent on other.
  • Fear of being along.
  • Fear of losing management of yourself inside public place.
  • Fear of being at places wherever it would be complex to flee.
  • Indifference or separation from others.
  • Feeling helpless.
  • Feeling that your body is not real.
  • Agitation or anger

Below are the Panic attack symptoms

  • Chest pain
  • Rapid heartbeat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Dizziness
  • Trembling
  • Feeling faint
  • Chocking
  • Fear you are losing control
  • Fear you are dying
  • Fear you are going crazy
  • Sweating
  • Hot flashes
  • Chills
  • Nausea
  • Numbness or tingling sensations

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