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About one in three people who have panic disorder develop agoraphobia, a condition that causes people to experience an overwhelming sense of fear that, in turn, causes them to avoid certain situations and places. In some cases, people who have agoraphobia become housebound, unable to perform normal, everyday activities, such as driving a car or grocery shopping. The condition is best treated with a specific form of short-term psychotherapy, in which the person is gradually exposed to certain situations and places that frighten them.
(For more information, click Agoraphobia. This eMedTV article offers more detailed information on what agoraphobia is, how it is treated, and some general statistics on how many people have this condition.)