How do you know if you have GAD?
Anxiety Disorder has its roots deep down someone’s soul. These triggers from the outside world may be little things that do not have any effect at you, but they do affect a lot someone with anxiety.
It’s normal to feel anxious. We are human beings, not machines. When we leave our comfort zone, we naturally experience fear, and from this point we start to grow, this is human nature.
Anxiety disorders ruin mental health and punish people everyday. From phobias to PTSD and every lethal psychological condition in between.
Anxiety is a normal human emotion but when it acquires huge proportions, it can become a medical problem. Are you or a loved one suffering from an anxiety disorder or panic attacks? Cheer up, you are in good company as many suffer from this problem. There is hope for you. Here are 10 keys to freedom
The basic facts about clinical anxiety disorders.
GAD is a serious mental condition that causes a person to feel high amounts of stress, anxiety, discomfort and fear. This condition affects, and devastates, millions of Americans every year.
Do you find yourself worrying and feeling restless because of it? Most of us unconsciously head towards that direction and allow it to reach a level that makes our life overwhelming. Worrying is part of being human, but, excessive worrying can lead to many other problems and even shorten your life!
Anxiety, either acute or chronic, can feel debilitating in the moment. Although professional help is always advisable for those who suffer, at-home therapies and self-help techniques can alleviate the symptoms of anxiety and the stress associated with it.
After the most-recent coronavirus outbreak, I noticed one trending topic...anxiety. Given how many people were on a search to eliminate their anxiety, it inspired me to write this article.