anxiety

Anxiety is often characterized by excessive worrying, rapid breathing, feelings of danger, trembling, restlessness, tense muscles, difficulty concentrating, and a host of other symptoms that make it difficult to perform day-to-day life activities and duties. Public speaking, divorce, a death of a loved one, an important test are all events and situations in our life…

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We all have days when we are unusually nervous and agitated. This is different from having a type of anxiety disorder which is more severe, frequent, and could hinder normal day-to-day activities. Anxiety has evolved thousands of years ago to serve as a survival mechanism so humans can protect themselves from predators and different dangers…

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Anxiety can cause havoc in an individual’s life. It usually starts with excessive worrisome thoughts which then result in an increase in increase in heartbeat, sweating and faster breaths. If all of this persists then a person may suffer from different problems such as arthritis, type 2 diabetes, heart problems, irritable bowel syndrome and gastrointestinal…

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It’s likely we know someone who suffers from the debilitating pain of migraines. Symptoms of the headaches, such as sensitivity to sound, light, or touch, tingling or numbness, or vision changes, can make going to work, spending time with family, or even eating nearly impossible. Now, researchers at the University of Toronto, Canada, found migraine…

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An anxiety disorder can significantly affect the daily routine of a person. There are many different types of disorders that can co-exist with depression or substance abuse. Their relationship with their family and friends can become strained. That is why treatments should be tailored to each. Symptoms include always tensed, trouble concentrating, recurring fears, avoidance…

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