Anxiety is a common emotion experienced when facing life situations. While some anxiety is normal, excessive anxiety can lead to anxiety disorders, interfering with daily life.
Anxiety disorders involve persistent, uncontrollable fear that can worsen over time. It can affect job performance, studies, and relationships. Research shows that 1 in 4 Indians is affected by anxiety disorders, with 10% also experiencing depression.
Anxiety manifests with physical, emotional, and behavioral symptoms, such as muscular tension, restlessness, fatigue, and changes in sleeping patterns. These symptoms can vary in intensity and frequency.
General Anxiety Disorders: Excessive worry without a specific reason. Specific Phobias: Irrational fears of objects or situations. Panic Disorder: Intense fear with physical symptoms. Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Recurrent unwanted thoughts and repetitive behaviors.
Static Anxiety: Triggered by specific stimuli, often linked to negative beliefs and past experiences. Free Floating Anxiety: A general sense of unease not tied to a specific trigger, influenced by genetics, brain chemistry, and environmental factors.
Therapists use an eclectic approach, addressing both symptoms and causes. Techniques like thought restructuring, SWISH, NLP Fast Phobia cure, and regression therapy can be effective in managing anxiety.
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