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    Do you get anxious when in crowded places like public transport (bus, train) or marketplace? Do you feel palpitations, tremors, breathless and sweating in such situations? Do you avoid using Public transport or visiting crowded market? “Yes” to all the above questions can be due to Agoraphobia. What is Agoraphobia? Agoraphobia is a type of anxiety disorder in which a person is having fear of going to crowded or open place, using a public transport like train or bus. In such situation, a person may feel trapped and helpless. He becomes restless if he is in such situation. Whenever in such situation, feel palpitations, difficulty in breathing, excessive sweating and jitteriness. Affected Person may have choking sensation and feel like he will die. So he tries to escape from such situation as soon as possible. Most people who have agoraphobia develop it after having one or more attacks of choking sensation and feeling of impending death, causing them to worry about having another attack. So he avoids the places where it may happen again. He may feel that he always need a relative or friend to go to public places. Sometimes he may feel unable to leave his home alone. Agoraphobia can severely limit the ability to socialize, work, attend important events and even manage daily life. Agoraphobia can begin in childhood. Usually, in the late teens or early adult years. But older adults can also develop it. Women are diagnosed with agoraphobia more often than men. Without treatment, some people become housebound for years. He may not be able to visit family and friends, go to school or work or take part in other normal daily activities. He may become dependent on others for help. Mostly Agoraphobia is associated with Depression, Alcohol or drug abuse, other anxiety disorders. Agoraphobia treatment can be challenging because it usually means confronting fears. But with psychotherapy and medications, the trap of agoraphobia can be broken. For any more queries visit our website www.psychiatristnagpur.com #anxietydisorder #agoraphobia #psychotherapy #counselling
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    Does your child get very angry? Does your child throw things here and there? Does your child hits or beats other children? Does your child always disobey you? One of the most common worry of today’s parents is their child who is always irritable, demanding, angry, on the edge, unhappy and bursting into temper tantrum (shouting and throwing things here and there). Easy irritability is usually seen in preschool children as well as adolescent (11 to 19 years of age). Parents or teachers should take help whenever anger or irritability in child is excessive and more as compared to other children of same age group. These children have frequent mood swings (mood dysregulation). Seeking help at proper time can avoid behavior problems in child in future. Irritability plays a major role in expression of mental health problems. Irritability or anger is common and non-specific complaint for various psychiatric disorders in children. Other common associated complaints are not following parents and teachers, stubborn behavior, predominant irritable mood, difficulty maintaining friends or relationships, anger outburst and threatening behavior. Irritability is the most common reason for mental health evaluation of children. Irritability can be due to depression (irritability or sadness of mood, reduce interest), Anxiety disorder (always worried about small things), ODD (oppositional defiant disorder) and ADHD (Difficulty in attention and Hyperactivity). Taking help of psychiatrist or mental health professional proves to be helpful in finding any cause for irritability and helping the child with therapy if he is suffering from any psychological problem. #Child Guidance Clinic #Child Psychiatry #child psycology For any more question or information, post your queies & visit us at http://psychiatristnagpur.com
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