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Feeling of fear on seeing new person, driving, fan movements. No relief with treatment. Cause and remedy?

hi i am S.K.NAG from bhubaneswar,i am always feel affraid to see building,new peson ,whn drive bike,when i sleep at room ,to fan movement, when i going on lift ,when i see showroom.i am suffering this since last 1 year,i am consult doctor but i am not ok til now. plase give me information about the problem what can i do .
Asked On : Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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Dear Cocerned.,

Thanks for writing to us.

The condition you are describing is a simple mood disorder termed as "Phobic Neurosis".
The treatment involves finding out the root cause of Phobia by Pschoanalysis and treating the same by constantly speaking to you or invoving you in Psychotherapy by a qualified Psycho therapist/Psychiatrist.It is a long term treatment.

In addition Oral Anxiolytics or Tablets are also prescribed for this as adjuvant therapy.
Consult a Psychiatrist pls.

Dr Lt Cdr ASN Bhushan.
Answered: Tue, 6 Nov 2012
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