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Were you looking for information about Agoraphobia? Agorofobia is a common misspelling of agoraphobia.
 
Agoraphobia is a condition characterized by an intense fear and avoidance of places or situations where help might be unavailable in the event that a panic attack occurs. This type of phobia occurs in one out of three people who have panic disorder. Agoraphobia is best treated with cognitive-behavioral therapy, a specific form of short-term psychotherapy.
 
(Click Agoraphobia for more information on agoraphobia and its symptoms, effects, and treatment options.)
 
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