Anxiety

Anxiety disorders can make you feel anxious most of the time without any apparent cause. These are often related to experiences in the life of an individual and are often hereditary.

There is much talk these days of anxiety and stress. However, thousands of lectures at the most prestigious schools in the world, articles in leading publications and endless meetings with specialists, can not seem to with this disorder that slowly but relentlessly attacks each time a higher percentage of individuals around the world.

Anxiety disorders are real illnesses that can affect your work, your family life and social life.

The good news is that it can be treated successfully.

Nerves, lack of concentration, headaches, palpitations, or stress, are all symptoms that manifest anxiety disorders and that can be controlled and eliminated gradually, until they disappear completely.

If not controlled in time, anxiety disorders degenerate into behaviors that alter the sociability of individuals and affect their social and labor relations, creating a vicious circle that increases stress and anxiety.

The generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), generally cause a behavior that the individual attempts to satisfy momentarily consuming what reassures him: more coffee, more cigarettes, more food, etc.

This creates a vicious circle that increases anxiety, and then there are new problems.

Anxiety disorders can occur at any age (both children and the elderly), although generally starts in young adults.

Not all who suffer from panic attacks end up having panic attacks; for example, many people suffer a stroke and never again have another.

At the end of this section, we provide the guidelines that, in our opinion, are the most effective in the way of a cure for anxiety.

Meanwhile, phobias (another type of anxiety disorder) are seen as excessive and irrational fears of situations that most people do not scare or at least generate only minimal discomfort or discomfort. For example, stay a short period of time in a very small room (elevator), although it is not pleasant or comfortable, easily supported by the vast majority of people. However there may be individuals who are unable to use an elevator and if so, will suffer a state of great anxiety that can even reach the level of a panic attack.

There are plenty of possible phobias, actually any object or situation may be a source of phobic fears depending on the person.

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