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Top 14 Destructive Anxiety Disorders And Symptoms

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Medical research has shown that anxiety is associated with hypertension, also referred to as High Blood Pressure, as well as many other diseases. You see, anxiety has many faces. Although it is linked to hypertension, it also serves to protect you from real danger, as well as stimulate growth and change. It’s also a proven medical fact that some anxiety is normal. However, anxiety becomes inadequate when you constantly react to situations that do not pose a real threat.

This is a list of what’s considered the major anxiety disorders and their symptoms that affect millions around the world every day:

  1. Anxiety Attacks: This person has a sudden feeling like they’re about to pass out, go crazy, die, or lose control. This type of disorder is called PD (Panic Disorder).
  2. Concerns About Your Appearance: This type of person feels convinced that there’s something abnormal or grotesque about their appearance, even though nobody else can see the defect. This type of disorder is called BDD (Body Dysmorphic Disorder).
  3. Compulsions: This type of person has the urge to perform certain rituals, such as counting things, washing repeatedly, praying, arranging things in a particular way, or repeating words silently. This type of disorder is called OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder).
  4. Chronic Worrying: This type of person constantly worries about their work, family, health, school, or finances. This type of disorder is called GAD (Generalized Anxiety Disorder).
  5. Obsession: This type of person has upsetting thoughts that they can’t get rid of, such as fear of losing control and harming others, confessing to a crime they didn’t commit, or being contaminated by dirt or germs. This type of disorder is called OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder).Anxiety Disorders mental-health
  6. Performance Anxiety: Performing or competing in front of an audience would make this type of person anxious or nervous. This type of disorder is considered a form of SAD (Social Anxiety Disorder).
  7. Agoraphobia: This type of person is afraid something terrible might happen if they’re away from home alone. This type of disorder is called (Agoraphobia).
  8. Test Anxiety: This type of person gets nervous and will freeze-up whenever they have to take a test. This type of disorder is considered a form of SAD (Social Anxiety Disorder).
  9. Public Speaking Anxiety: Giving a talk in front of a group of people would make them feel anxious. This type of disorder is considered a form of SAD (Social Anxiety Disorder).
  10. Fears and Phobias: This type of person has an intense fear of something specific, such as flying, driving, spiders, blood, heights, or getting trapped in small places. This type of disorder is called (Specific Phobia).
  11. Health Concerns: This type of person often worry that they have a serious medical problem or disease, even though the doctor always reassures them that everything is fine. This type of disorder is called (Hypochondriasis).
  12. Shyness: This type of person often feels nervous or self-conscious around other people. This type of disorder is considered a form of SAD (Social Anxiety Disorder).
  13. Shy Bladder Syndrome: This person feels anxious about having to use a public restroom. This type of disorder is considered a form of SAD (Social Anxiety Disorder).
  14. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: This type of person is plagued by upsetting memories of a traumatic event, such as death, violence, rape, serious injury or torture.


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  5. Brittney

    January 12, 2018 at 9:05 pm

    Greetings! Very useful advice within this post!
    It is the little changes that make the most significant changes.
    Thanks for sharing!

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