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What is Anxiety?
Anxiety is the intense worry, tension, and distress that people feel due to hereditary predisposition and environmental factors. In addition to being a mental illness, both living and the treatment of anxiety, which greatly reduces the quality of life, is quite challenging. The treatment process can take years. Although it is possible to fully recover, there is a high likelihood that repetition or traces will be seen at some point in life.
How Anxiety Occurs ?
What Are the Types of Anxiety ?
- Panic Disorder
- Phobic Disorder
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
- Feeling like drowning,
- Pain in the chest,
- Numbness in hands and feet,
- Shortness of breath,
- Blur in the sense of reality (feeling the environment and even himself as a foreigner, feeling like he is in a game),
- Hot or cold waves on the face,
- Feeling like you are going to faint,
- Fearing of going mad and harm everyone,
- Thinking that you are going die
- Fear of being in open field (Agoraphobia)
- Fear of being in closed areas (Claustrophobia)
- Fear of diseases (Nosophobia)
- Fear of sea (Thalassophobia)
- Fear of insects (Entomophobia)
- Fear of height (Acrophobia)
- Fear of being in social environments (Social Phobia)
- Feeling uncomfortable by thinking that he may leave the iron, gas or sink open although he checked them for many times while leaving the house,
- Checking whether he received the money back as it should be after the shopping,
- Feeling that there may be something wrong in accounting calculations and calculating things over and over again,
- Uneasiness in religious matters
- Fearing of harming someone from the family, kill them by stabbing despite he does not want such thing,
- Acting unreasonably without his will in his mind to all values which are accepted sacred (this case may lead to great pain and spiritual wear on the people),
- Thinking someone may hide in closets or behind the doors when the person comes home from outside and checking the entire house in detail,
- Repeatedly washing hands, however, believing that microbes still remain in his hands,
- Placing goods orderly,
- Checking the locks and windows for many times prior to sleeping.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
- Motor Tension Condition: Things such as jumping due to a minor sound may happen, and feeling of excessive nervous, shaky, clumsy, and anxious are present. Muscular aches, fatigue, eye sicknesses, wrinkles in the forehead, sighs, and stiffness can be observed in people who experience these.
- Autonomic Excessive Actions: Most of the symptoms of panic attacks belong to this group as well. In addition to this, frequent urination, diarrhea, stomach disorders may be observed.
- Elaborateness: A person thinks too much about the details of any behavior or word against him and he interprets them negatively. This also makes the patient nervous. As a side effect of all these situations the person experiences focus issues, sleep problems begin to occur and they feel tired after the sleep.
- Anxious Waiting: It is the situation where a person will have anxiety as something bad may happen at any time. The typical symptoms are feeling great fears such as he is going to go mad, faint, lose his family or die.
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
- The events will take place in the mind over and over again.
- The events will take place in dreams too often in a detailed manner.
- There will be anxiety seizures due to the worry of experiencing the same situation again.
- Moodiness, irritability, not being able to focus and sleep problems may be experienced.