Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal reaction to stress and can be a healthy emotion at times which keeps you alert. However, if you feel excessively anxious frequently, then it might be a medical disorder. It is a feeling of worry, unease or nervousness that occurs even at the absence of any threat. 

When you become irrationally anxious of daily situations and it turns persistent, overwhelming and uncontrollable, then it can severely affect your daily life, like work performance, education & relationships. It can make your life disabling. Anxiety disorders, like panic attacks, panic disorder, specific phobias, social anxiety disorder, selective mutism, are fairly common in the United States. This mental disorder affects over 40 million individuals in the United States but only 36.9 percent of sufferers seek and receive help.

Anxiety disorders are different from general feelings of anxiousness. Most of us feel anxious almost every day in different situations. Whether it’s before a presentation, taking a test, facing an issue at work or taking a crucial decision, anxiety makes us ready. However, for someone with an anxiety disorder, the feeling can get much more intense and becomes chronic. In fact, it can get much worse over time. As it becomes uncontrollable, you may make uncomfortable changes to your lifestyle and avoid people, situations and places just to prevent such feelings. However, anxiety disorders can be treated with a little bit of self awareness, information, support and professional help.

In this page you can discover numerous helpful resources like articles, stories, blogs and tips that will enable you to identify and recover from it to live a better and healthier life.

What Concealed Anxiety Actually Feels Like

What Concealed Anxiety Actually Feels Like

I always keep my worries hidden. I mean, how do you explain to someone the conundrum of loving people and needing to be surrounded by people to be happy, but also that my deepest triggers are usually social situations?… Read more

Intrusive Thoughts and Feelings with High Anxiety

Intrusive Thoughts and Feelings with High Anxiety

When you suffer with high levels of anxiety, many strange thoughts may develop. They are sudden thoughts that flash through your mind, leaving you feeling more alarmed than ever, thus exacerbating your anxious state. The nature of these thoughts varies greatly from person to person, but can be so scary and bizarre that you wonder about your safety and that of others around you.

6 Techniques to Stop Worrying

6 Techniques to Stop Worrying2

When it comes to concerns about life’s uneasy or potentially disastrous issues, we start to worry. I don’t think there is a single person in this world that hasn’t experienced a copious bout of the worries in their lifetime — but why do we do this?

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