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An estimated 1.3 percent of adults have agoraphobia at some point in their lives. If you have an intense fear of people and places where escape may be difficult, you might have agoraphobia.
Do you feel consistent, intense anxiety while using public transportation or while in crowded, open or enclosed spaces?
Does being alone outside of your home cause you a great deal of anxiety?
Do you avoid certain situations and places out of fear that you won’t be able to leave them if you need to, such as elevators, crowded trains, movie theaters or concerts?
Have you felt intensely afraid of embarrassing yourself in a public place?
Has your fear of certain places or situations interfered with your personal or professional life?
Do you often avoid leaving your house unless you have a companion with you?
Have you experienced a panic attack?
If you have had a panic attack, was it triggered by being in a specific place or situation?
Have you canceled plans with a friend or family member because of how the idea of being in public made you feel anxious?
Have you ever hyperventilated in a public place out of anxiety or fear?
Before leaving your home, are you preoccupied with worries of having a panic attack in public?
Does the thought of being in any confined space, including elevators, airplanes and changing rooms, make you feel extremely uncomfortable?