Symptoms of anxiety disorders

Posted by darelshefaa on August 19th, 2022

People with anxiety disorders often have excessive and persistent fears and fears about everyday situations. Anxiety disorders often involve recurring episodes of sudden feelings of anxiety, fear or terror that peak within minutes (panic attacks).

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These feelings of anxiety and panic interfere with daily activities, are difficult to control, out of proportion to actual danger, and can last for a long time. You can avoid certain places or situations to avoid these feelings. Symptoms can begin during childhood or adolescence and continue into adulthood.

Examples of anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety disorder, social anxiety disorder (social phobia), specific phobias, and separation anxiety disorder. You may have more than one anxiety disorder. Sometimes anxiety can be the result of a medical condition that needs treatment.

Whatever type of anxiety you have, treatment can help you get rid of anxiety disorders.

Signs of anxiety include:

Feeling nervous, anxious or tense
Feeling of impending danger, panic or pessimism.
They find it difficult to sleep
you have gastrointestinal (GI) problems
Having trouble controlling anxiety.
You have an incentive to get rid of the things that cause you anxiety.
Increased heart rate
Increased respiratory rate (hyperventilation)
Feeling weak or tired
Focus on the difficulties or think of something other than your current anxiety.
See your doctor in the following cases:

Feeling excessively anxious that negatively affects your job, relationships, or other aspects of your life.

Discomfort when you feel fear, stress, or anxiety and are difficult to control

Feeling depressed, having a problem with alcohol or drug use, or having other mental health problems related to anxiety

Believing that anxiety is linked to a physical health problem

you have suicidal thoughts or behaviors; If this is the case, seek emergency treatment immediately.

Your fears may not go away on their own and may get worse if you don't seek help. See your doctor or mental health provider before your anxiety gets worse. It's easy to treat if you get help early.

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