A New Era In Advertising: Internet Radio
... the mental health field to gain our listeners as potential customers. Some of our listeners can't leave the house due to depression, anxiety or even agoraphobia
so they do a lot of television watching, Internet surfing and even attend classes and shop online. So advertisers like amazon.com, Wal-Mart, On-line ...
Gurgle.com Explains How to Spot the Signs of Antenatal and Postnatal Depression
...ng and/or sleeping problems, compulsions such as constant hand-washing, low self-esteem excessive crying and feelings of anxiety or panic agoraphobia
feeling isolated a pessimistic outlook on life a general lack of interest in anything
What are the causes?
Anyone can suffer from ante...
Psychologist develops post-operative care for heart patients in Bermuda
...which can result in unconsciousness and cause incontinence - can all impact on the patients well-being.
Some 16 per cent of patients will develop agoraphobia
in the months following the operation, affecting quality of life. Poor knowledge and misconceptions about living with an ICD can lead to unnecessary w...
Fear that freezes the blood in your veins
...ut what the future holds. But some people are gripped by powerful fears when confronted by quite normal everyday situations. For example, sufferers of agoraphobia
frequently have panic attacks when caught up in a crowd. The symptoms can be dramatic: palpitations, sweating, shaking, blind panic or fainting even ...
Women Share Hope for Anxiety Disorder Sufferers
20 years, Clark was convinced she would have a major panic attack and faint
during the celebration, ruining her daughter's wedding.
People with agoraphobia
avoid public places such as shopping malls and
sports arenas because they fear or anticipate they will have a panic attack
and would not be able to qu...
Women More Prone to Anxiety Disorders than Men
Women are twice as likely to suffer from panic disorder or social phobia compared with men, and they are three times as likely to have agoraphobia
(fear of being in public places). They also face a slightly higher risk for specific phobia (fear of a particular object or situation). About 10%–14% ...
The anxiety gene
...n twelve people suffer from some form of anxiety disorder.//
The scientists studied families with a history of problems such as panic disorders, agoraphobia
and social phobia. They found that 92% of the affected family members carried a genetic abnormality.The same mutation - dubbed DUP25 - was also presen...
is an anxiety disorder, often precipitated by the fear of having a panic attack in a setting from which there is no easy means of escape. As a result, sufferers of agoraphobia
may avoid public and/or unfamiliar places, especially large, open, spaces such as... Agoraphobia
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claustrophobia, ... Other facts about phobias include that these illness...
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...ew of these symptoms. ... Panic disorder with agoraphobia
... More about Panic Disorder : Causes and...iatry) ... Panic disorder with or without agoraphobia
occurs commonly in patients in primary care set... Panic disorder often occurs in patients with agoraphobia