Having an anxiety disorder means that most of the time you are worrying and anticipating problems.Anxiety is often accompanied by a variety of physical symptoms such as trembling, twitching, muscle tension, fatigue, headaches, irritability, sweating, feeling lightheaded, nausea, feeling like a lump is stuck in your throat, and difficulty concentrating.
In one form of anxiety, call a Panic Attack, you may experience sudden, unpredictable, and often unaccountable feelings of terror so extreme that you can not breathe, think you are going "out of your mind ", or feel like you are about to die or lose complete control.
Another type of anxiety, call Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is the result of having experienced a traumatic life experience such as having been in an accident, experienced physical or sexual abuse, lived through events such as a earthquake or hurricane, etc.
The symptoms appear to worsen during periods of stress.
Although some studies have reported that GAD runs in families, others have not found this connection.
Anxiety is chronic and exaggerated worry and tension.
It may be caused by a specific situation or problem (such as Agoraphobia and Social Phobia) or the anxiety may have no apparent cause.
By using very flexible office appointments, telephone consultations, email, teleconferences, and the willingness to travel and meet with you personally in your home, office, or other location, I can be available to help you anytime and anywhere.
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Normal anxiety can help us to mobilize our resources.
However, you may be one of those individuals who feels anxious most of the time, often without any reason.
Or you may have anxiety so intense that it terrifies or immobilizes you.