3 edition of Phobias, the ailments and the treatments found in the catalog.
Phobias, the ailments and the treatments
by Public Affairs Committee in New York, N.Y. (381 Park Ave. South, New York 10016)
Written in English
|Statement||by Harry Milt.|
|Series||Public affairs pamphlet ;, no. 590, Public affairs pamphlet (Public Affairs Committee) ;, no. 590.|
|LC Classifications||RC535 .M54|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||81121334|
A phobia is a type of anxiety disorder defined by a persistent and excessive fear of an object or situation. Phobias typically result in a rapid onset of fear and are present for more than six months. Those affected will go to great lengths to avoid the situation or object, to a degree greater than the actual danger posed. If the object or situation cannot be avoided, they experience. Germ phobia treatment requires patience and commitment. These effective therapies work if you confront your fear instead of avoiding it. You may often feel as if you are getting worse long before you get better. Continuing treatment, though, will help you conquer your fears. References.
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Illustration by JR Bee, Verywell A-Z List of Some of the More Common Phobias. While not comprehensive, this phobia list offers a glimpse of the many phobias that can have a serious impact on an individual's life. As you may notice while you browse through this list, most specific phobias fall into one of four major categories: fears of the natural environment, fears related to animals, fear.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Milt, Harry. Phobias, the ailments and the treatments. New York, N.Y. ( Park Ave.
South, New York ): Public. Studying specific phobias is a complicated process. Most people don’t seek treatment for these conditions, so cases largely go unreported. These phobias also. Most phobias are curable, but no single treatment is guaranteed to work for all phobias.
In some cases, a combination of different treatments may be recommended. The main treatment types are: self-help techniques; talking treatments ; medication; Talking treatments.
Talking treatments. Treatment for phobias can involve therapeutic techniques, medications, or a combination of both. Cognitive behavioral therapy It involves exposure to the source of the fear in a controlled setting. Situational Phobias.
Situational phobias often top the specific phobias list because so many people suffer from them. Claustrophobia, or a fear of enclosed spaces, affects two to 10 percent of the world population, depending on the source. That means millions of people every day cringe at the mere sight of an elevator, closet or other small, enclosed area.
Lessons for coronavirus long-haulers from my own experience with chronic illness. By Ross Douthat Opinion Columnist In Baltimore, an in-home nurse attending to.
The term "phobia" refers to a group of anxiety symptoms brought on by certain objects or situations. A specific phobia, formerly called a simple phobia, is a lasting and unreasonable fear caused. The fear of confined spaces (claustrophobia) can be triggered by riding in an elevator or by using a small restroom.
People with these phobias may need to alter their lives drastically. In extreme cases, the phobia may dictate the person's employment, job location, driving route, recreational and social activities, or home environment. The definition of a phobia is the persistent fear of a situation, activity, or thing that causes one to want to avoid it.; The three types of phobias are social phobia (fear of public speaking, meeting new people or other social situations), agoraphobia (fear of being outside), and specific phobias (fear of other items or situations).; Although phobias often go underreported, the statistics.
Phobias: Introduction. There are two main types of phobias. Social phobia is a general anxiety in social situations and fears about various society-related issues.
A specific fear of an object or activity is called a Specific phobia. more». Symptoms of Phobias. Phobias are the most common type of anxiety disorder. In the UK, an estimated 10 million people have phobias. Phobias can affect anyone, regardless of age, sex and social background.
Simple phobias, such as a fear of going to the dentist, usually start during early childhood, often between the ages of four and eight.
Exposure therapy. Exposure therapy involves gradually exposing you to the object or situation you fear, in a safe and controlled way. For example, if you have a phobia of going to the dentist, you might read about the dentist, then look at a picture of a dentist’s chair, sit in the waiting room and talk to the dentist, before finally sitting in the dentist’s chair.
For- tunately here is a book that outlines in a clear, stepwise manner a plan to help people with medical phobias. Draw- ing on the best available scientific knowledge of evidence-based therapies, the authors translate these treatments into a straightforward and potentially life- saving program.
Discover librarian-selected research resources on Phobias from the Questia online library, including full-text online books, academic journals, magazines, newspapers and more.
Home» Browse» Science and Technology» Health and Medicine» Mental Health» Phobias. People with panic disorder have sudden and repeated attacks of fear that last for several minutes or longer. These are called panic attacks.
Panic attacks are characterized by a fear of disaster or of losing control even when there is no real danger. A person may also have a. He or she may feel demoralized, abandoned, or isolated when told that there is no active medical illness; low self-esteem is commonly detected.
4 To facilitate proper psychiatric treatment, the physician should validate the patient's experience and convey that stress contributes to these symptoms.
Regular, scheduled appointments with the. Specific phobias affect an estimated million adult Americans and are twice as common in women as in men (About).
The average age of onset for social phobia is between 15 and 20 years of age, although it can begin in childhood (NIMH). Childhood phobias. He is also director of research at the Anxiety Treatment and Research Centre at St.
Joseph’s Healthcare, Hamilton, Ontario, and Past President of the Canadian Psychological Association. An award-winning researcher, Antony is coauthor of The Anti-Anxiety Workbook, When Perfect Isn't Good Enough, and more than twenty-five other books.
His Reviews: 4. Medical Treatment. Medical phobias include fears of medical treatments, illnesses that require medical treatment or the people administering medical treatment. Some examples of medical treatment phobias include: Aichmophobia – Fear of pointed objects like needles; Hemophobia – Fear of blood; Hypochondria – Fear of illness.
This is a comprehensive review of treatment studies in specific phobia. Acute and long-term efficacy studies of in vivo exposure, virtual reality, cognitive therapy and other treatments from to were retrieved from computer search engines.
Although specific phobia is a chronic illness and animal extinction studies suggest that relapse is a common phenomenon, little is known about long.Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month When Fear Becomes Irrational (Diseases and Disorders) by Maeve Losito | Library Binding $ $ FREE Shipping by Amazon.Books on Phobias including various medical information.
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