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Learn and Understand Anxiety Disorders If You Want To Get Rid of Them


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It is common for people to be anxious. However, it is not good if your anxiety starting to get out of control and keep interrupting your daily life. Anxiety attack can be extremely disabling. It can prevent anyone from enjoying their lives to the fullest. So, if you find yourself were experienced a lot of anxiety attack in your life to the point that you cannot function normally, there is a high chance that you are suffering from an anxiety disorder. The good news is this disorder can be treated. Understanding anxiety disorder symptoms is essential is the first step you need to do before you treat it.

There are many different types of anxiety disorder. Read them and find which anxiety disorder that you are suffering from.

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD): Well, people who are suffering from generalized anxiety are chronic worriers. Their constant worries are unrealistic and exaggerated. Their common worries are including with health, family safety, work, and financial. The patient who has severe condition, his worries are so intense to the point that they will unable to rest well, or concentrate on doing something.

Panic Disorder: People who have panic disorder tend to freak out or panic even if there is no real danger that they were facing. The extreme fear comes from nowhere. The common symptoms that a panic disorder sufferer going to have are trembling, sweating, dizziness, chest pain, and rapid heartbeat. The symptoms are so intense that some sufferers believe that they have a heart attack. This disorder can occur anytime, anywhere with any warning or sign. The sufferers cannot predict or foresee the incoming attack. Of course, thinking or worrying about the next attack wave make them more anxious and fear.

Social Anxiety Disorder: Social anxiety sufferers have overly self-conscious in social situations. They do not like doing something in front of other people. It is because they are afraid of being judged or watched by others. For normal people, they feel shy when others looking at them. As for social anxiety sufferers, they are already in absolute fear and extremely uncomfortable to the point that they feel they want to die. This condition can be very disabling, and it can prevent the victims from enjoying the company of their family of friends.

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): This disorder is less harmful than others disorder, but it still can be annoying and frustrating to deal with it. People with this disorder

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD): It is very common for a person to develop a post-traumatic disorder after a traumatic event or experience. The traumatic events can be death in the family, divorces, *** abuse, being a bully victim, and natural disasters such as earthquakes. The PTSD patients tend to withdraw or lose interest on the things that they used to enjoy. They also become cold and easy to get irritated.

Specific Phobia: This is more straightforward disorder than others. Specific phobia is an irrational fear on specific things such as blood, spiders, stairs, elevators, high place, driving and being at narrow place. Facing any of the feared objects or situations can trigger anxiety attacks on the sufferers.

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