Panic Disorder Without Agoraphobia
- Recurrent, unexpected panic attacks without any obvious situational triggers.
- Worry about having more panic attacks.
- Concern about the consequences of panic attacks.
- Changes in behavior as a result of attacks
Panic Disorder With Agoraphobia
- Same key features as above, with the addition of agoraphobia: a fear situation in which escape might be difficult or help unavailable in the event of experiencing a panic attack or panic-like symptoms.
- Typical situations feared by people with agoraphobia include crowds, being alone, driving, public transportation, and others.
Agoraphobia Without History Of Panic Disorder
- Fear of agoraphobic situations because of a concern about experiencing panic-like symptoms, but without a history of full-blown panic disorder.