How tor Reduce with Anxiety


  • Author Douglas Mccoy
  • Published December 12, 2011
  • Word count 349

When using the term anxiety many think that it is a specific disease but it is really a general term for a few diseases. Anxiety is broken down in five very different mental conditions, they are Obsessive Compulsive Disorder or OCD, Generalized Anxiety Disorder more commonly known as GAD, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Panic Attack Disorder, and Social Anxiety Disorder. The five terms that make up anxiety are all philological illnesses.

Anxiety relief can be found through training your brain not to worry or pills can be taken. Drugs can cure people of their anxiety but can cause people to have a lot of problems. Training your mind can cure anxiety and help can one's life altogether. Training to control your mind can be tough from many different sources but be careful when choosing a source. Anxiety is just the stress and worry at an unhealthy level which can lead to panic attacks, high blood pressure, and unhealthy habits. Almost all adults have anxiety but has been found in young kids. Lack of other children interaction and a since of neediness for an adult they are close to is a good sign that a child is suffering from anxiety. Ways to tell if a child has anxiety is to see how they react to surprises, separation and interaction with other children.

In a survey about 65% of women said that they had excessive worry throughout their day. Women suffering from worry about everyday life have Generalized Anxiety Disorder.

Post-Traumatic Stress disorder is when someone has experienced an event where harm was afflicted on them or the threat of harm was afflicted on them. Post-Traumatic Stress can cause people to flash back to that event and fear that it will happen again. Panic Disorder is when someone has to much going on at once and their body started to go into overload. Fear of speaking to person or a group of people is social anxiety. Shaking and sweating are often tall tell signs of social anxiety. The first step in curing your anxiety is finding out what type of anxiety you have.

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