This paper is a brief description of Agoraphobia; the symptoms of agoraphobia are related to panic attacks but Agoraphobia is the anxiety about being in places where escape might be difficult or embarrassing or in which help may not be available should a panic attack should develop. The Symptoms include heart palpitations, rapid breathing or shortness of breath, blurred vision, dizziness, and racing thoughts. Often these symptoms are thought to be a heart attack by the individual, and many cases are diagnosed in hospital emergency rooms.
Assessment This patient has been taking medication because they suffered a sports injury in 2010. The pills have been prescribed from by their PCP. Therefore, the client tested positive for opiates. The client also states that they have never had any issues with drugs in the past and that they have never had any problems with their professional license or employment.
My heart would palpitate while my skin flushed. I could feel myself getting hotter and more nervous as thoughts raced through my head. They weren’t connected, but they felt tied together, stuck. I felt as if my life was on a video reel but the sounds were distorted, and the film was held together by a shaky hand. My teacher looked at me, saying something but all I heard was unintelligible speech, the other students were staring at me while I prayed silently for a sinkhole to open up and remove me from the situation entirely.
Living with Social Anxiety Disorder By: Brandi Jester Thesis: Have you ever been excited about going out and canceled at the last minute? Had to tell someone that you were not feeling good or that you could not go because you had a last-minute emergency? When the real reason you can not go is because you did not want to leave the house is because you’re anxious about the people you will run in to. The crippling thought of having to speak to others, how you will look to them, and how they judge you.
Agoraphobia is the fear of the outside world, such as public places and events. As Ahmed Okasha states in a Britannica article: “The term derived from the Greek word Agora, meaning “place of assembly,” “open space,” or “marketplace,” and from the English word phobia, meaning fear.” (Ahmed Okasha, Agoraphobia, Britannica, par, 1) Although it’s a fear, Agoraphobia is a branch of the Anxiety Tree due to its high connection with anxiety and panic attacks.
Gently Abram laid his hands upon his knees, thinking over the diagnosis. While the famous Dr. Jared came to life within the immense void of the penthouse suite, ‘Abram, Let’s close the doorway on this enchanting young lady, Viola, Until our next visit, the real issue affecting your health seriously at the moment is clawing its way to the surface! In your own words, you keyed out to me, an emerging, although light case, at the present time, identified diagnosis, Agoraphobia. Producing the monster yourself, designing invisible lines that you do not want to cross! The danger is, this can build up into lines that cannot be passed over.
When came the last two sessions, the client has been improved and upgraded to level three. It shows that he could understand and make use of the regularity rule and the consistency rule in certain extent. As observed, he got confused when had a grade up. He could not make a good connection between the pronunciations of target words by applying the rules he learnt as the previous sessions. The pronunciations of paired-up target words in the previous stages share the same pronunciation and a similar form.
THE NATURE OF ANXIETY Name Course Tutor University City/State Date Summary of Key Points The chapter “The nature of anxiety” is an account of Scott Stossel’s first-hand experience with the anxiety condition. His main argument in the text is that many medications do not work in treating anxiety and he recommends learning to live rightly with the condition.
Epidemiology There has been an increase of epidemiologic research for anxiety disorders. Anxiety was viewed as the most important symptom, and sometimes a cause for a variety of psychiatric disorders. it was mostly mentioned on the DSM-1 and 2. However this changed with the third edition of Diagnostic and Statistical manual of Mental Disorders (1980). Anxiety was not viewed as the most important symptom anymore.
I decided to talk to my mom about it, and afterwards I was glad I did. My mom told me that she also dealt with anxiety for a long time when she was younger. She gave me advice and really helped me out. And although my mom was very helpful about everything; my anxiety just got worse over time. I continued having anxiety attacks and they were escalating quickly.
I enjoyed reading your discussion post this week. I personally believe that patients that uses the methadone clinic is picking the lesser of two evils. According to Livingston, Adams, Jordan, MacMillan and Hering (2017) methadone clinics are considered part of an effective method during the treatment and rehabilitation process. From my past experiences working in the emergency room I feel as though methadone clinics do not address the real physiological issues that the patient is suffering from but instead causes another form of addiction. A study conducted by Karki, Shrestha, Huedo-Medina and Copenhaver (2016) concluded that injection drug users are at high risk of acquiring human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection through preventable