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Agoraphobia

Agoraphobia

Blythe and McGlown identified that 75% of patients diagnosed with agoraphobia had detectable deficits within the central nervous system. These manifested themselves in the presence of aberrant primitive and postural reflexes, visual-perceptual and oculo-motor dysfunctions, which directly relate to problems with balance, dizziness and anxiety.
If NDD is a factor, correcting the underlying faults can help the sufferer regain cognitive control.
If you think NDD may be a factor in your problems, please complete our Screening Questionnaire.
Please note, only some emotional problems are connected to NDD.
If you have been diagnosed, or are showing other symptoms of NDD, please complete our Adult Screening Test.
Attention Problems
Attention problems can exist as a discrete category, but they can also be linked to immature posture, balance and coordination.  For example, the most advanced level of balance control is the ability to stay totally still.  Children who are unable to sit still, have a constant need to fidget and interrupt others may have immature control of the body, and a constant need to move.  Improving postural control and balance can improve some of the symptoms of poor attention.