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Recognizing the Symptoms of Agoraphobia and Appropriate Handling

Agoraphobia is excessive fear of a place or situation where a solution is difficult to reach or help is hard to come by. If you are in such a situation, sufferers of this condition can experience panic attacks. Generally attacks young people and young adults, especially women. Agoraphobia is often considered a fear of open space. Though not always the case. Agoraphobia causes a person to avoid certain places or conditions because they feel ashamed, panicked, helpless, trapped and find it difficult to get help. Symptoms that arise Until now the cause of agoraphobia is still not known with certainty. It is possible that this is genetic, and is more likely to be experienced by someone with a family member who has a history of panic attacks. Although rare, agoraphobia can occur in people who have no history of panic attacks. Symptoms of agoraphobia are divided into three, namely physical, behavioral, and cognitive symptoms. Physical symptoms of agoraphobia are characterized by cond
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Managing ear disorders in children and how to prevent them

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Infectious eye pain or conjunctivitis (conjunctivitis), also known as pinkeye, is inflammation of the tissue that covers the front of the eye and covers the inside of the eyelid. Prevent the spread and treat prompt contagious eye pain by recognizing the cause. Conjunctivitis is the most common infectious eye disease that can be caused by several factors. Viral and bacterial infections are the main factors that make this condition can be transmitted easily from one person to another. In addition to viruses and bacteria, conjunctivitis can also be caused by dirt, smoke, chlorine used in swimming pools, allergies to dust, and irritation that usually occurs in contact lens wearers. However, conjunctivitis caused by irritation or allergies is not contagious. Infectious eye pain caused by a viral infection is the most contagious and is often caused by a virus called Adenovirus. Adenovirus is a virus that causes several health problems, including colds, sore throat, bronchitis, diarrhea,