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Anxiety Disorder Treatment

It is normal to feel anxious sometimes, especially before a big event or speaking in public. Anxiety is a natural response to stress and can sometimes even be beneficial in certain situations. However, for 40 million people struggling with anxiety disorders, anxiety becomes debilitating and interferes with daily life. Although anxiety disorders can damage one’s life when left untreated, they are manageable and treatable.

What is anxiety disorder?

Anxiety disorders are one of the most prevalent mental health disorders in America, affecting about 18 percent of the population in any year. There are several different anxiety disorders from which people suffer, including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder. There are also associated disorders related to anxiety disorders such as obsessive compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder.

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Anxiety Disorder at a Glance

When a person believes he or she is bipolar, the first step is to visit a doctor for diagnosis. Because there is no one bipolar disorder test, the initial phase will include a physical examination and tests to rule out any other conditions. If the most likely diagnosis is bipolar disorder, the doctor will refer the patient to a mental health specialist for further review.

Generalized anxiety disorder

Generalized anxiety disorder

Generalized anxiety disorder is when a person constantly worries for no reason. They worry about little things throughout the day and always feel that something bad is going to happen. A person with general anxiety disorder typically acknowledges that their concerns are stronger than the situation warrants; however, they cannot stop worrying or feeling anxious. They have an inability to relax and often have trouble sleeping. When left untreated, generalized anxiety disorder can cause disruption to one’s daily life.

Panic disorder

Panic disorder

Panic disorder is characterized as a person experiencing several panic attacks within a period of time. The panic attacks affect the person physically and may cause heart palpitations. People often believe they are having a heart attack or dying when having a panic attack and feel out of control. The person becomes afraid of having another panic attack and begins to avoid situations where one might occur.

Social anxiety disorder

Social anxiety disorder

Everyone gets afraid of what others might think of them or of being judged at times, but those with social anxiety disorder have those fears to such an extent it can become detrimental to everyday life. Those with social anxiety disorder may even be afraid to do simple things in front of others. Some people only have social phobia in certain situations, while others have the same problem in all social situations.

People with social anxiety disorder are very anxious around other people and find it difficult to talk or interact, even though they wish to do so. They also are self-conscious, feel embarrassed and are afraid of judgment by others. They will worry for days and weeks prior to social events and will even avoid places where there are other people.

Obsessive compulsive disorder

Obsessive compulsive disorder

When a person feels the need to repeatedly check things or perform actions in a repetitive manner due to some underlying anxiety or fear, they might have obsessive compulsive disorder [OCD], a disorder that can cause anxiety and is related to the anxiety disorders. The biggest difference between a person double checking that the door is locked before leaving or performing a similar action and someone with OCD is that the OCD rituals control the person and disrupt relationships, work and day-to-day activities. People with OCD obsess that something bad will happen, typically related to germs or violence, and perform rituals over and over as prevention. They do not enjoy doing the rituals, but it does provide a brief relief from the anxiety behind the disorder.

Post-traumatic stress

Post-traumatic stress Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder [PTSD] is another disorder closely related to the anxiety disorders. It develops after a person has undergone a traumatic experience that affects their flight-or-fight response. People remain stressed once the experience is over, sometimes for months or years after the initial trauma, and often re-live the event or feel the emotion when something sets off a trigger. Many people associate PTSD with war veterans, but it can be caused by any single or repeated traumatic experience in a person’s life.

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