Neurosis is a psychogenic neuropsychic disorder resulting from a disruption in the system of meaningful life relationships. The neuropsychiatric stress experienced by a person who is in a traumatic situation, according to certain mental mechanisms under the influence of concomitant factors, is formed into a clinically outlined syndrome, which is a combination of emotional-affective, somato vegetative, and behavioral disorders.
Anxiety-phobic syndrome, understood in a broad sense, is an obsessive experience of the emotions of fear and anxiety with or without a clear plot and sufficient criticism, and the vegetative and behavioral disorders accompanying this experience.
In our Center for Computer Biofeedback of the DMC clinic, a qualified psychologist using the most modern technologies treats anxiety-phobic disorders of a neurotic level:
Agoraphobia is a distinct and constantly emerging fear of the following situations, or their avoidance: crowds, public places, traveling alone, moving outside the home.
Social phobias – a pronounced fear of being in the spotlight or a fear of behaving in a way that will cause embarrassment or humiliation, or a pronounced avoidance of social situations.
Panic attack – sudden onset episodes of intense fear or discomfort lasting at least a few minutes and accompanied by several of the following symptoms: heart palpitations, sweating, trembling, dry mouth, difficulty breathing, nausea, dizziness, feeling unreality, hot flashes, shivering.