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Agoraphobia

Despite how you feel right now, your agoraphobia can be removed quickly without increasing your anxiety

Dear anxiety sufferer,

my name is Charles Linden and I suffered from agoraphobia, anxiety and panic attacks, obsessions, phobias and eating disorders for over 27 years of my life.

They took away my liberty and my dignity for years. Then I removed them all completely.

In 1997 I discovered a way to eliminate these disorders and since then, I have helped over 200,000 people to recover. 

I now have a team of the most amazing anxiety recovery specialists who help me to bring this program to the anxiety sufferers of the world.

Let me first explain that agoraphobia and anxiety affect every sufferer in different ways; however, there is a small group of symptoms which are common to most sufferers.

Agoraphobia is generally regarded as a fear of open spaces but this is inaccurate... most sufferers fear being away from a person or place of safety... in my case, I was so agoraphobic that I could have a panic attack moving from room to room.

It has nothing to do with geography and everything to do with FEAR.

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Common symptoms agoraphobia sufferers experience include

Shortness of breath or smothering sensations
Chest pain
Palpitations and/or racing 
Sweating
Shaking
Dizziness
Muscle pains or tingling
Upset stomach
Urgency to urinate
Tinnitus
Visual disturbances
Dry mouth
Sense of impending doom
Fear of dying or losing consciousness
Fear of going mad
Facial numbness
Generalised anxiety
Social phobia
Low self esteem
Health anxiety
Eating disorders
Self harming

But why does agoraphobia develop?

The answer is simple... SAFETY SEEKING.

As the anxiety disorder develops, sufferers do whatever they can to stay safe... as they do so, their movements and activities reduce in an attempt to protect themselves from anything that could cause them to feel more anxious.

Many agoraphobics avoid watching the news or reading newspapers... they change subjects during conversations, if the conversation turns to subjects that cause them to feel more anxious or address subjects that bring their awareness to their vulnerabilities or fears.

Agoraphobics limit their geographic movements but sometimes feel more able to travel if they accompanied by someone they trust.

Some agoraphobics will travel to certain places quite confidently or may have to do practice runs before the event.

Many agoraphobics isolate themselves for long periods of time and often stay at home whilst other family members take holidays or travel. Often, other family members have to move in with them whilst their family takes a holiday. It is not unusual for quite elderly parents to care for their child, even when that child is in their 40's or 50's.

Many agoraphobics never marry or leave home.

Agoraphobia is frightening, isolating and frustrating but it also entirely and quickly possible to recover fully.

How does agoraphobia develop?

Agoraphobia can develop in a day or can slowly develop over months or even years as the person restricts their movements.

Often, agoraphobia sufferers will vocalise that they don't like people, don't feel comfortable in the world or lack social abilities - but we have found that after recovery, these people become confident and focused, happy and fulfilled.

Agoraphobia isn't about distance... it is solely about inappropriate fear; in agoraphobia, the focus of the person's fear is on safety and therefore restricting geographic movements to reduce their fears.

In OCD, for example, sufferers might wash their hands or switch power on and off in order to reduce their fears... the only difference between agoraphobia and OCD is the subject matter on which sufferers focus.

Many agoraphobics also suffer from classic OCD.

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Does that make sense?

You know that you shouldn't feel this way but you are powerless to remove your agoraphobia... or are you?

My agoraphobia was overcome after nearly 20 years of suffering, in two days.

I didn't have to directly address the agoraphobia.

I didn't have to 'face my fear' or do any 'exposure therapy'.

I didn't use medication or anything else at all.

The 'false science' that psychology and medicine applies to agoraphobia and anxiety disorders is that they are caused by chemical imbalance, frailty, trauma or mental instability.

It just isn't true.

Then they attempt to treat the disorders with talking therapies, meditation, hypnosis, medication or counselling. If you have had those treatments, you'll know they don't work.

Why don't they work though? Because none of them address the cause of the disorder and none of them address the neurology (brain wiring) that can repair the problem.

You might now ask "so why do they use these inappropriate therapies?" - the answer is simple; they don't know the solution so they use whatever they have in their 'tool box'.

Don't forget, we have helped over 200,000 people over 20 years of practice. Our research and experience is second to none and our reputation is unflawed and unmatched. We are called when recording artists, musicians, actors and sports-stars can't perform... we are unique in every way and unique in the recoveries we produce.

I have helped tens of thousands to overcome their agoraphobia fast. This is why I am often backstage on films, TV or stage sets... it's why I am trusted to treat famous people world-over... it's how I have helped well over 200,000 people to recover.

Is there a treatment for agoraphobia?

ABSOLUTELY, YES!

What psychology and medicine ignore is that agoraphobia is a SYMPTOM of an underlying anxiety disorder and that without the anxiety, agoraphobia cannot exist.

Agoraphobia is created by a 'what if' thought and like all anxiety conditions requires you to 'switch off' the anxiety at its core.

This doesn't involve exposure therapy or 'facing your fears', it is simple, fast and enlightening.

When I recovered in less than three days, I suddenly found myself in places that I would have previously avoided.

Five days after recovery I drove 180 miles on my own and left my phone at home. I couldn't leave my living room the previous week. I suddenly relaised where I was and the sense of excitement was incredible.

Honestly, I had never felt like that before in my entire life.

EVERY single person who has EVER suffered and recovered HAD TO go through this process!

There is no other way to recover from anxiety and agoraphobia.

What we call the process is irrelevant - the point is that your mind and body are set up to recover in just one way.

If you wish to remove agoraphobia and the underlying anxiety completely, your mind has to go through this process...it's a good thing that it's so simple.

My wife, my team and myself run the world's only accredited, dedicated anxiety recovery and recovery practitioner training organisation... since 1997 we have helped over 200,000 people to recover from their panic attacks symptoms.

Dr Romulo Valdez of Dartmouth & Harvard Medical says...

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