Saturday, May 30, 2020
Home Anxiety


Anxiety is the reaction to stressful situations and can be diagnosed as a mental disorder. It can come in many different forms, such as panic attacks or phobias. Comparatively, anxiety is different from fear in that fear is a reaction toward an immediate threat, and anxiety is a feeling of dread or nervousness over anticipated events. Additionally, this condition doesn’t have to have a direct cause since it is sometimes fear of the unknown. Therefore, treatment can be trial and error to find helpful coping mechanisms.

  •      Sense of danger, panic, uneasiness
  •      Sleep problems
  •      Always moving around
  •      Sweating
  •      Trembling
  •      Breathing heavily
  •      Tense muscles
  •      Dizziness
  •      Medication
  •      Psychotherapy
  •      Healthy diet
  •      Stress management and relaxation techniques