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Panic disorder/agoraphobia
Explain the difference between an adjustment disorder and anxiety/ agoraphobia disorder. Provide examples to illustrate your rationale.
Explain the diagnostic criteria for your assigned anxiety disorder.
Explain the evidenced-based psychotherapy and psychopharmacologic treatment for your assigned anxiety disorder.
Support your rationale with references to the Learning Resources or other academic resource.
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references should be current within 5 years.
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Agoraphobia
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December 26, 2020

That feeling when your heart starts to beat fast, your body began sweating, you feel chills and trembling on your body followed by breathing problems, these are the symptoms of an ongoing panic attack. Panic Disorder is the cause of repetitive panic attacks, and sometimes can be developed into a specific phobia called Agoraphobia which is the fear of public spaces where escape is impossible. In this article, the author will differentiate adjustment disorder and agoraphobia disorder along with the therapy done to lessen its effects.

Agoraphobia

As said in the previous statement that Agoraphobia is the fear of public spaces where escape is impossible. This happens to people when they are in a crowded place that they feel suffocated. Symptoms of Agoraphobia include feeling sick, chest pain, ringing in the ears, rapid heartbeat, and difficulty swallowing. While Adjustment disorder starts when a stressful event happens in your life and you’re having difficulty managing particular stress.
The attack of Agoraphobia is unpredictable, but there are ways to mitigate the effects. The first way is to learn new techniques when the phobia attacks like staying where you are when the panic attacks, focus on non-threatening things, breathing slowly and deeply,

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Undergraduate
Instructions:
This is a case study for Marabou Chocolates. I need both the coursework document and calculation for the excel sheet. Thanks. I will Update the case study and the instruction, can you write the calculation process in words, I need minimum 500 words. And this is a group work, so you just need write question two.
3 pages / approx 825 words
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APA
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Business & Marketing
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Case Study
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Undergraduate
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