Anxiety, Habits And Phobias
Simple phobias - These are phobias about one thing; for example, spiders or flying. They often develop in childhood or adolescence, and for many people they will lessen as they get older
2. Complex phobias - Complex phobias tend to be more disruptive and disabling than specific phobias and often develop after adolescence e.g. fear of drowning, losing control, being lost or fear of open spaces.
3. Social phobia – fear of what might happen when you have to be around people. It can become incredibly debilitating and a seemingly impossible challenge to engage in everyday activities, like shopping, eating out or meeting friends.
4. Panic Attacks – linked with phobia
5. Agoraphobia - Agoraphobia is widely thought to be a fear of open spaces, but it is more complex than this. The essential feature of agoraphobia is that you will feel anxious about being in places or situations from which escape might be difficult, embarrassing, or in which help may not be available in the event of having a panic attack. This anxiety will then result in you avoiding of a variety of situations that may include: being alone, inside or outside the home; being in a crowd of people; travelling by car, bus or plane; or being on a bridge or in a