Do I have Agoraphobia?

Agoraphobia is most often a consequence of frequent or severe panic attacks. It starts as avoiding all situations thought to trigger panic attacks. The avoiding usually comes to play within a week after the first panic attack. If you see yourself in some of these situations it is possible you suffer from agoraphobia: you consciously…
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breathing exercises for anxiety

Breathing exercises for anxiety

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Various clinical studies have shown that voluntarily regulated breathing practice can improve anxiety disorders, trauma-related disorders, depressive disorders, etc. Breathing practices can even substitute the psycho-therapeutic process by reducing anxiety and defensiveness. This practice also helps people to regain feelings of meaningful connection, bonding, and love for those who feel disconnection or emotional numbing, which…
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