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Phobias

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Ana Rosa Rosales López

on 15 November 2012

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Transcript of Phobias

The three classes of phobias are:

-Social phobia (fear of public speaking, meeting new people or other social situations)

-Agoraphobia (fear of being outside)

-Specific phobias (fear of other items or situations) Obstacle 1 Obstacle 2 Obstacle 3 Treatment and recommendations Start What is a phobia -The average age that phobias begin is about 10 years of age.
-Women tend to be twice as likely to suffer from a phobia compared to men. signs and symptoms +There are programs that involve educating the patient and his loved ones to help to less the symptoms or the fears.
+Talking about their fears
+Refraining from avoiding situations they find stressful
+Imagining themselves facing their fears (visualization)
+Making positive self-statements like: "I will be O.K" Need some help? Anxiety Disorders Association of America
http://www.adaa.org/
Freedom From Fear
http://www.freedomfromfear.org Classification Curious Data Psychological symptoms:
Feelings of panic, dread or terror
Physic symptoms:
Shaking, sweating, trouble thinking clearly, nausea, rapid heart beat, trouble breathing, and an overwhelming desire to escape the situation that is causing the phobic reaction Is the cruel fear of a situation, activity, or thing that causes one to want to avoid it.
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