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How To Overcome High-level Anxiety

Updated on March 14, 2019

Help for people who suffer from anxiety.

Anxiety can be described as a "feeling of fear and restlessness" For example, did you ever feel overwhelming fear when a wicked dog was found in front of you? What happens when the dog leaves? With him disappears fear and anxiety, right? But what is an anxiety disorder? When anxiety becomes a chronic condition, when it continues even if there is no longer a reason, it can be a disorder.

The main anxiety disorders are:

-panic disorder characterized by sweating, intense tremor, choking, retrosternal discomfort, fainting tenderness, dizziness, vertigo, dyspnoea, feeling unreal, fear of death, numbness, rapid alternation of warm and cold feeling.

-generalized anxiety disorder, with symptoms of easy fatigue, nervousness, difficulty concentrating, sleep disorders, tachycardia, tachypnoea, dizziness, dry mouth

-mixed anxiety depressive disorder, in which there are cardiac pulses, tremor, sweating, dry mouth, stomach upsets

-phobic disorders, such as agoraphobia, social phobia, simple phobias and special phobias

-the acute reaction to anxiety

-the stress disorder following a traumatic experience

-anxiety disorders due to physical illness or substance abuse

The treatment of anxiety disorders is based on the assumption that products of past experience and learning that relate to the perception of the threat and its treatment, process the current experience in a maladaptive way, resulting in anxiety disorder.The aim of the treatment is therefore to modify this type of learning that is implicated in dysfunctional behavior.

The most common techniques in clinical practice used in this direction are:

-muscle relaxation

-systemic desensitization

-education to acquire social skills

How to Manage Panic and Anxiety

-Remember that feelings are nothing more than an excess of normal body reactions in stress

-Remember that feelings are not harmful, only unpleasant

-Stop making anxiety bigger by overthinking the situations in your head.Try to think about something positive that makes you happy when you experience panic and anxiety attacks.

-Wait and let the fear go by

-Do not avoid your fear

-Take deep breaths and relax your muscles


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