Feelings Of Anxiety

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Feelings of anxiety is a reaction that we all go through when faced with a new situation or challenges, taking an exam, making presentations at work or at school, or worrying about our family. However when our worries, fears and stress becomes overwhelming and affect our daily life, it is no longer a normal response. “Anxiety is a natural response that occurs within us when there is fear, feelings of danger, threat to oneself or when we are faced with a stressful situation. Our body reacts differently depending on the situation or perception of it.”(help guide) Sometimes anxiety can be a good thing because it can help us to refocus and stay alert to act or motivate us to solve an issue. But when our feeling of anxiety becomes persistent …show more content…
It is a mental health disorder. It is both a physical and mental issue that affects numerous people all over the world. Everyone experiences anxiety differently. There are seven categories of anxiety disorder. So, knowing what type of anxiety a person has is important for effective treatment. General anxiety is the most common type of anxiety affecting millions of people in the world. It is an ongoing state of physical and mental tension and nervousness. People are constantly worried and anxious. Social phobia, another type of anxiety, the person has a fear of social situations, intensive shyness, and view public situations as painful. Panic disorder is when the person experience severe feelings of doom, worrying that something bad will happen to their health. Another type of anxiety is agoraphobia. This is fear of going out in public. Fear of open space or being in unfamiliar places. Person with agoraphobia never leave their home. They can also have panic disorder. Phobias are another type of anxiety where the person has fear of objects, scenarios, animals, airplanes, etc. Post traumatic stress disorder is an extensive anxiety disorder that occurs after a person has been exposed to a traumatic or life threatening situations and has flashbacks of them. Obsessive convulsive disorder is a very destructive anxiety disorder. People with OCD have behaviors and unwanted thoughts that are impossible to stop or …show more content…
Some people are even afraid of the feelings, symptoms and sensations that they experience. Because of this the disorder can get worse. Anxiety symptoms occur for a reason and persist for a reason. Identifying the reasons that cause the disorder is important in getting proper treatment. Addressing them in a proper manner can eliminate the anxiety disorder for good. Early detection of symptoms the person is having and getting to the core of the underlying cause of anxiety symptoms is very important. Even if it is a medical underlying

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