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Do you have an anxiety disorder?

A: Try keeping your self busy and entertained by participating in things you enjoy with your friends. Before bed, try several relaxation techniques that work for you (if unknown, try out a few old ones). If you are really anxious, talk to someone you trust and hopefully they can relieve some of your worries. Don''t get yourself worked up! Good luck on the first day! When i read my bible it puts me right to sleep. (zzz... Zzz. Zzz) why are you thinking about other things while reading the bible? Does your mind wonder too.... Its pretty boring, i know. (no offense to moses, john, peter, molasses or whoever else i was supposed to be reading about) now i went and forgot what your question was.... I hate it when that happens! Yes, that sounds like anxiety. All those...


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What are the Different anxiety disorders?

A: anxiety disorders, also called panic disorders, are broadly defined as irrational fears of situations or particular objects marked by an intense physically or mentally debilitating response. anxiety disorders often co-exist with other disorders, such as depression, mood disorders and drug or alcohol addiction. anxiety disorders are considered maladaptive, which means that as far as we can tell, they serve no purpose as a survival or defense mechanism. The American Psychological Association (APA) recognizes seven anxiety
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What Are the Most Common Causes of anxiety disorders?

A: Several different factors can be considered causes of anxiety disorders. Identifying the underlying causes of anxiety disorders can help doctors and therapists identify appropriate treatment methods for their patients and help them reduce their symptoms. The most common causes of anxiety disorders are genetics, brain chemistry changes or abnormalities, personality abnormalities or disorders, and life circumstances.. Doctors believe that some people are more likely to develop an anxiety disorder if they have a family history of anxiety problems....


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Generalized anxiety disorder - I have some unusual questions about gad and social anxiety disorder.?

A: Hi rockchalk, That''s a very honest and straightforward question. I have a serious case of agoraphobia which is primarily based on a fear of people in general... even family and close friends. There are many deep seated trust issues involved here. If you feel that I might be able to help you, I''d be happy to answer any of your questions. Take care and best of luck to you with your problem(s), keemo7 The questions are not about me and are very difficult to explain why I need to know. Here they are and if anyone has some feedback, it could really help. By SAD, I am referring to Social anxiety disorder. I don''t know if that is a proper acronym for it, but that is what I am referring to. If you feel like another similar

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What Is the Connection Between anxiety disorders and Phobias?

A: anxiety disorders and phobias are connected because phobias are, by definition, anxiety disorders. They are also related because other anxiety disorders feature significant amounts of challenging and irrational fear. Phobias tend to involve fears of very specific things. anxiety disorders other than phobias may have more diverse fears and are symptomatic most of the time.. In the American Psychiatric Association’s Diagnostic and Statistical Manuals™ (DSM), only some of the anxiety disorders are specifically termed "phobic

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What Causes anxiety disorders in Children?

A: anxiety disorders in children may be caused by various factors, including fear of social situations or the loss of a loved one. anxiety disorders in children may also be caused by a medical condition or long-term illness. Chronic conditions such as cancer may cause psychological disorders that manifest in panic attacks in some children. Drug abuse in children and teenagers may also cause anxiety disorders and panic attacks. Many experts also believe genetics play a key role in anxiety disorders in children.. Some children suffering from cardiac arrhythmias, chronic...


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What Are the Different Types of anxiety disorders?

A: An anxiety disorder is a type of mental condition in which a person experiences constant feelings of stress, nervousness, or fear that are severe enough to interfere with his or her daily life. There are a variety of specific types of anxiety disorders that may have different circumstances that trigger those feelings, or a person may suffer from generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), in which there is no specific trigger for the anxiety. anxiety disorders may be caused by an imbalance of the brain chemicals responsible for mood, as well as genetics or traumatic events....


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What Is anxiety disorder?

A: anxiety disorder is defined as the general term used for several forms of abnormal and pathological fear and anxiety towards situations or objects that are marked by an intense physically or mentally debilitating response.. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), anxiety disorders can be of following types: Generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, agoraphobia, obsessive compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress syndrome, social phobic disorder and specific phobic disorder.

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What Are the Symptoms of Generalized anxiety disorder?

A: Generalized anxiety disorder, or GAD, is a disorder in which, on most days, a person experiences levels of anxiety which either occur for no reason, are abnormally high, or persist for an unusually long time. The symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder include physical effects such as a dry mouth, nausea, shaking and sweating. Rapid breathing and a fast heart rate with irregular beats may also be experienced. In some cases, chest pain or headaches could occur. As well as the physical symptoms of anxiety, GAD can also cause feelings of tiredness, sleep problems, thinking difficulties, tenseness and irritability.....


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What Are the Causes of Generalized anxiety disorder?

A: Medical scientists have yet to find clear and consistent causes of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). There are several prevailing theories on what may contribute to this illness. Factors associated with an increased incidence of GAD include family history, episodes of high stress, and reduced activity of some of the brain’s neurotransmitters. Other psychological disorders may also be connected with the presence of GAD, and they might also create a higher risk for the illness.. Family history is often thought of as one of the potential causes of generalized anxiety disorder, though it is usually not isolated from other causal factors. Many of the

 
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