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Follow these self-help techniques to overcome Agoraphobia

Yes, you have valid reasons for your fear, and avoidance of situations that make you feel trapped, panic, helpless or embarrassed!⁠

This fear could be strong enough to stop you from leaving home or visiting certain places.⁠

Your anxiety gets intensified by the possible absence of the help you may need.⁠

So you’d rather stay and play safe all the time.⁠

However, you should know that this fear can make you: ⁠

🙅‍♀ Unproductive⁠

🙅‍♀️ Withdrawn⁠

🙅‍♀️ Unsociable⁠

🙅‍♀️ Limit your activities⁠

Surely you do not want to live the rest of your life this way.⁠

You would probably do just about anything for a way out, right?⁠

Try out these simple tips:⁠

🙆‍♀️ Challenge your fears - define what it is that scares you and reassure yourself that your fear isn't real⁠

🙆‍♀️ Ease back into those uncomfortable surroundings. By all means, go with a friend, but go and slowly recover your peace within those situations. Visit as often as you can.⁠

🙆‍♀️ Stay calm - As your anxiety rises, resist the urge to run to a place of safety⁠

🙆‍♀️ Breathe slowly and deeply - It will calm your nerves (hot tip: close your mouth and breathe through your nose, it will slow everything down)⁠

🙆‍♀️ Engage positivity - create images of places or situations that give you peace and focus on them⁠

The agoraphobic attack can be embarrassing. ⁠

However, you can overcome it, and live a normal life again!

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