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agoraphobia by akhilasoukhya
Categories Advice, Anxiety, Info., Motivation, Preventing Illness, Tips, Wellness

Agoraphobia Panic Attack

What is Agoraphobia?

Agoraphobia, one among the very few unknown phobias of the world, is a fear of traveling. Traveling or being in crowded places leads to suffocation or panic attacks. This fear can range from not being able to travel a few hours away from the home, all the way down to not being able to leave your home all together.  An agoraphobia panic attack is basically an attack that occurs when an agoraphobic attempts to go beyond their “safe” boundaries.

Dealing with Agoraphobia:

The best thing an agoraphobic can do to control their agoraphobia panic attacks, is to begin taking the initial steps. Setting goals to overcome their attacks is the only way an agoraphobic can overcome their fears.

The cause:

The reasons or causes for Agoraphobia are quite unknown, as it seems impossible to be inheritant. It is suspected that many agoraphobics already have fear for being afraid of travel, with many of them being the type who experienced motion sickness even before they ever experience panic attacks.

The truth behind it:

An Agoraphobia panic attack is particularly frustrating to the sufferer themselves.  Mainly because the attack is even less rational then a standard panic attack.

Why they experience a fear of traveling beyond a certain distance, or going to a certain place is unknown. But anyone of the numerous anxiety / panic disorders can take root and cause agoraphobia.

Social anxiety leads to a fear of public places, especially grocery stores, concerts and other places that have a large gathering of people.

On the other hand general panic disorder can cause the panic sufferer to become embarrassed of their own disorder. which leads to a fear of traveling outside and having a panic attack.

There are a very few people aware of this phobia. That makes it all the more difficult and embarrassing for the sufferer. Little or no knowledge of how to deal with Agoraphobics is one among the major reasons for their isolation.

akhilasoukhya self love
Categories Advice, Info., Meditation, Motivation, Tips, Wellness

Self-love : beginning of a new journey

All of us have dreams and goals planned in life and everyday is a step we take towards making them work. Having goals in life gives us a purpose to strive each day.

A healthy body and a sound mind are two great assets in our journey. They help us to undertake new activities and succeed. Success isn’t an overnight result, most of us fail several times in our journey. What matters is how we react after a failure. It’s very easy to quit and sit back, but we need to fight back even more strongly.

Motivation gives us the push we need in life, to achieve our goals. Self-motivation is one of the best examples of self-love. We need to take care of our mental and physical health and indulge in activities that boost our confidence.

Some simple ways to motivate yourself :

  • Think positive

  • Write down your goals

  • Plan and make steps to achieve them

  • Have an inspiration

  • Talk to optimistic people

  • Make positive notes or reminders

love your self first!!!

I’d like to share some of the most inspiring, thought provoking and uplifting thoughts from the past years on getting to know yourself, raising your self-esteem and finding a self-love.

  1. “You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection”
     – Buddha
  2. “Until you value yourself, you won’t value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it. ”
    – M. Scott Peck
  3. “A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.”
    – Mark Twain
  4. “Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life, but define yourself.”
    – Harvey Fierstein
  5. “Love yourself first and everything else falls into line. You really have to love yourself to get anything done in this world.”
    – Lucille Ball
  6. “Remember always that you not only have the right to be an individual, you have an obligation to be one.”
    – Eleanor Roosevelt
  7. “If only you could sense how important you are to the lives of those you meet; how important you can be to people you may never even dream of. There is something of yourself that you leave at every meeting with another person.”
    – Fred Rogers
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