Hyperventilation, agoraphobia

Hyperventilation (rapid, shallow breathing) may induce acute agoraphobic (fear of going outside) symptoms. Some researchers have effectively treated agoraphobia by training subjects to breathe normally when exposed to stressful situations. (The Lancet 2:655, September 1984)
Copyright 1984 Phylis A. Austin

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