Anxiety disorder is a blanket term covering a variety of mental abnormalities in which severe anxiety or fear is a prominent symptom. Anxiety disorder is separated into general anxiety, panic, and phobic disorder.
Anxiety disorder is a blanket term covering a variety of mental abnormalities in which severe anxiety or fear is a prominent symptom. Anxiety disorder is separated into general anxiety, panic, and phobic disorder.
Gabapentin is used as an anticonvulsant and analgesic. It is not used to treat anxiety.
Only if it has been prescribed, and you told your DR all relevant information when it was prescribed. If you have concerns about your medication talk to your DR soon
You don't need to know what people say about you. All you should concern yourself about is how to help others and improve on yourself.
You can do anything you want to do - you have to be in control and not let the anxiety be in control. Try these tips: Breathe - it is physically impossible to panic if you are doing deep breathing Be realistic - whenever you get an anxious thought, counter it with a realistic one. For example, if you have a thought "The plane is going to crash," stop and think "REALISTICALLY, flying is safer… Read More
There is only one way to know for sure, and that is to be tested by a professional doctor/psychologist. However, some signs of PTSD include: unusual irritability/anger, feelings of guilt and hopelessness, losing interest in previously enjoyed hobbies, unusual nervousness, self-harming, clinical depression, feelings of fear, flashbacks, hallucinations, panic attacks, severe anxiousness, trust issues, inability to sleep normally (insomnia), frequent night terrors/nightmares, thoughts of suicide (please get help right away), stressful feelings, blackouts, unusual headaches… Read More
Anxiety is 100% fear and anticipation. The fear can make you feel like you are in physical danger even when your not, this is simply what your body is made to do.
Get an IQ test, OCD is sometimes a side effect for geniuses. Other than that not much you can do. OCD is generally constantly changing and somewhat reduced as you get older. What you obsess about will change and also degree. OCD's also tend to be superstitious.
well, it really depends on how bad it is, if its affecting your day to day things, and if its affecting the people around you. if you (or whoever you are talking about) are having bad enough anxiety that it affects your day to day life, I would talk to a psychologist and see how they can hep you with it
Panic disorder 300.01 (F41.0) is a form of anxiety disorder 300 (F41).
Cognitive behavioral therapy. It is a way of retraining the brain's unhealthy anxious habits and learning new healthy non-anxious habits instead. Therapy works better than medication, especially cognitive behavioral therapy - and it's easy to learn how to do it (the hard thing is making yourself change and get new habits).
Meditation or prayer can help, and relaxation exercises. For instance, tense and then relax all the muscles that you can in your head, and then progress down the body to your feet. Another thing that can help is talking out the issues you are worried about with a friend, family member, or counselor. If the problem persists for a very long time, you might want to see a counselor anyway to talk about ways to… Read More
It's great that you're concerned about your friend. Unfortunately, there's not enough information to give specific suggestions. Test anxiety is fairly common but they don't usually lead to full blown panic attacks. There are simple relaxation and deep breathing strategies that can help with test anxiety. Deep breaths with exaggerated exhales can activate a part of the nervous system that evokes a relaxation response. There are also cognitive strategies that when paired with full body… Read More
While I am not a doctor, these steps work for me: I look away from my source of anxiety (if it is safe to do so). I breathe slowly deeply, holding my breath with full lungs and with empty lungs. I think of a serene scene (I have several thought out in advance, yours may differ from mine). I silently count to 30 breaths until I directly face my source of anxiety again. NOTE: If… Read More
There are several reasons: There is stigma & discrimination against people with mental disorders Communication may be an issue/the cause of someone's anxiety Someone religious may feel they are spiritually weak for seeking help Not being aware that there are options & resources out there for them
Anxiety disorder is a nervous condition characterized by a state of excessive uneasiness and apprehension, typically with compulsive behavior or panic attacks. Everyone experiences anxiety on occasion such as when preparing to speak before an audience or when taking your first airplane ride, etc. But, when it's continuous without the typical provoking situations and strong enough to interfere with daily activity it's a disorder
Yes, get counseling immediately, because living with anxiety will hinder your judgement and make bad decisions.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is characterized by unreasonable thoughts and fears (obsessions) that lead to compulsive behaviors.
It's simple they are just thinking the same thing. You are all having thought appropriate to your environment and circumstances, so if you are around each other you are having similar thoughts.
Talk to your favorite teacher, the Principal, or school counselor. Try to identify what makes you anxious, but more importantly, notice all the times you feel calm.
You need to learn how to deal with stress without panicking - that's where meditation and positive thinking comes in. Start learning something like yoga or any other meditation so that you learn how to relax whenever you want to. Also, deep breathing helps - it is physically impossible for someone to panic if they're focusing on breathing deeply. Learn how to replace panicked thinking with positive thinking as well - if you have a… Read More
Talk to your doctor about it
Walking is good exercise that can be done anywhere and does not have to look like obvious exercise. Pace yourself so your heart rate is elevated, but you can still hold a conversation. Try to walk for a total of 30 minutes or longer if you can. Walking after meals is particularly good for weight loss because it lowers insulin levels, thus encouraging your body to burn instead of store calories.
Live for the day.
You can channel it into something constructive, for instance, working to learn as much as you can in the time that you have. Another thing you could do is change your focus. Instead of only focusing on the negative long-term, we can learn to focus on the positive short-term (How can we make this day, this moment better?) and the positive long term (What do we want to accomplish long-term... who do we want to… Read More
Anxiety is a normal part of being human. It is a series of reflexes and responses (in mind and body) that help to protect us from danger. It prepares us to fight or flee. Dealing with anxiety successfully, and indeed curing it, depends on discovering the reason for the anxiety and correcting it. Life situations that cause persistent stress often lead to anxiety. When problems in our life persist or get worse we start to… Read More
Over time, unresolved anxiety can lead to a whole host of problems as our mind starts to find reasons for why we are so anxious. These reasons are based on real dangers that exist but are highly exaggerated. They include:- Something awful happening to ourselves or our loved ones. This can lead to uncontrollable worrying about possible future catastrophes. (Seen in GAD). Unseen threats (such as germs or contamination or, for some, being punished by… Read More
Numerous studies show that the thing many people with anxiety disorders remember about the start of their problem is a long period of 'being too nervous'. Anxiety Disorders start when long-term nervousness (or anxiety) starts to become about our self rather than external situations that caused it in the first place. We internalize the anxiety and disorders can be seen to develop when:- We start to worry excessively about something bad happening to our self… Read More
Waking up in panic shortly after falling asleep can be related to anxiety. There could be associations made with going to sleep, such as trauma occurring in the past or being conditioned in some way to not sleeping well at night (such as being in a more volatile household growing up or having to be on guard at night). In addition to past trauma or conditioning, there could be current anxieties (emotions, situations) that have… Read More
They are usually mistaken for heart attacks because the signs and symptoms are almost the same except... Heart Attack victims normally present with cyanotic lips and fingernail beds because of an inability to circulate sufficient Oxygen rich blood to the body. Anxiety Attack victims hyperventilate and therefore present with a pink colour.
Auditory voice hallucinations can have a very strong influence over a patient and can cause decent people of longstanding exemplary conduct carry out immoral or even illegal acts. Command hallucinations are therefore a serious illness and are a concern for the patient, the mental health professionals and society. Command hallucinations can even compel persons who are aware of the good or bad consequences of immoral or illegal deeds to carry-out a wrongful action. Some people… Read More
Disadvantages of cognitive behavior therapy are somewhat subjective given the particular preferences different people have. It's a therapy that requires commitment from the person receiving it, and some argue that it doesn't do an adequate job of tackling possible underlying issues.
You're more likely to develop social anxiety disorder if your biological parents or siblings have the condition.A risk factor is something that increases your likelihood of getting a disease or condition family factors in the development and management of anxiety disorders.
The best way to determine that is to talk to your doctor or a counselor. However, here are some symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder, so you can know some of the things to look for and whether you should have a conversation with a professional: An unrealistic view of problems, usually thinking they are bigger than they are Excessive worry and tension over a long period of time Irritability Restlessness Difficulty concentrating Nausea Muscle tension… Read More
Being wary of Friday the 13th is the unluckiest day of the year 21 million suffer a fear of bad luck it is thought to be a modern interpretation of the event.
The effects of Auditory Command Hallucinations can strongly influence the thoughts and subsequent behavior of even the most respected members of our society. Even when the person is aware of the rights and wrongs of immoral or illegal deeds the auditory commands can so overwhelm the person that the mind says it must be done regardless of the consequences and thereby compelling the person to perform the wrongful deed. There is increasing concern among medical… Read More
This is the wrong place to ask for medical help. We can tell you how to put a band aide on a simple cut but you have a much larger wound and need to talk to a professional whom you like and trust. Do not put this off.
it's quiet possible but you should go to a health proffessial so you can be sure about whats going just see about seeing someone.
Anxiety is an illness and it's not a sin to be ill.
It is VERY rare unless it causes your BP to raise through the roof to critical levels.
You can see neurologist or a psychiatrist to help you to control the effects of misophonia.
Some people have a fear of large crowds. This is known as Agoraphobia. It is an anxiety disorder characterized by anxiety in situations where the sufferer perceives certain environments as dangerous or uncomfortable. This is often due to the environment's vast openness or crowdedness.
So basically ever since I can remember I've always loved talking to people and was quite popular. But ever since new people have come into my year, kicked me out of my popularity, I can't talk to anyone and I always stumble on my words. Im scared to talk in front of large amount of people and can't present in presentation. Some times my heart beats a lot fastest than it should. Whats wrong with… Read More
Well I HAD anxiety, ptsd , and etc since I was 8 .Now im 16 turning 17. I was hospitalized in feb to march. They gave me pills called Zoloft(help you be serene or so called calm down) and Melotonin to help for sleep. Also tension exercised helped too if you need help . reply to me for my email address .and also mediatation helps for it.deep breathing . Find something,someone,some place that's calms you… Read More
Yes. Caffeine is generally not a good substance for people with anxiety disorders to ingest.
OCD (Obsessive Compulsive Disorder), is a disorder that is uncontrolable depending on the level of it. It is a struggle, an urge to have things perfect. I have OCD and I can't help it, I have to have literally everything perfect and I don't hate OCD because it keeps me right most of the time. Like I won't get into trouble for an untidy room because it would already be tidy because of the effect… Read More
You're experiencing withdrawal. You might try weening yourself off it instead of stopping abruptly. If your dosage was too high it could easily have caused problems. How long you'll feel the effects is hard to say. It depends how long you were on it. It's also fat-soluble and can remain in your brain tissues long after it's out of your bloodstream. Kinda like LSD.
Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome. It also a strong desire or concern to do something or for something to happen.
Honey, you need someone to talk to. You may need a therapist who helps caregivers, or just an outlet. e-mail me at:email@example.com I'm not in it for the money, or a professional counselor, but I have stood in the same shoes you are standing in now, and would listen to you say what you now don't feel free to say. c'mon, lets talk.
if you have a number of write ups, article 15's etc than yes. Your best bet is to get into medical treatment on base, make your chain of command aware of your diagnosis, and consult with JAG about your legal recourse and options. a medical chapter is certainly better than a bad conduct discharge, if it's headed there. Explore what benefits you are entitled to under varios discharges, chapters, and disability provisions.
all of them , you must be under a OB care joymaker rn
Newspapers. Slippers. Hair Spray. lol Actually, air movement around a spider is what usually causes them to move; that is their defense mechanism. They feel air moving towards them on their body hair, and that causes them to get out of the way.
You didn't give us much history on yourself. If you have some type of disease then it may be permanent. If not, then any medications you are on could be the cause of it and it's to your best interest to look up any medications (even birth control or Hormone Replacement) on Google. Some people have a gene pool that can make them this way. There is help! You need to go for a complete… Read More
To attempt an answer for this question based soley on mental illness... Antisocial Personality Disorder (APD) is a disorder in which little to no emotion is present in a person. You might be more familiar with this disorder known as psychopathy or sociopathy where a person may be referred to as a psychopath or sociopath.
I believe that this phobia is currently unnamed by the scientific community. It either falls under "acrophobia" or "fear of heights" or under claustrophobia or "fear of small, inclosed spaces". I would suggest something along the lines of sursumdeorsumphobia, which means litterally, in latin, "fear of up and down" it seems to fit. Sursum is up and deorsum is down, and it makes sense.
Conduct Disorder is a serious behavior disorder. It is a step beyond Oppositional Defiance Disorder which, itself, is a serious behavioral disorder. These two disorders are usually used to describe those 18 and under. Conduct Disorder needs psychiatric attention, cognitive behavioral therapy (seeing a therapist), and probably medication to prevent severe misbehaviors for the benefit of the patient and society. Prevention is key as many in prison have a history of Conduct Disorder.
Isolophobia Fear of solitude, being alone. Viper1 Actually that is incorrect the fear of being alone is actually Monophobia but sorry I don't know what Isolophobia is the fear of.
beating (someone) with a whip or stick as punishment or torture
No panic attacks do not cause constipation.
Ablutophobia- Fear of washing or bathing. Acarophobia- Fear of itching or of the insects that cause itching. Acerophobia- Fear of sourness. Achluophobia- Fear of darkness. Acousticophobia- Fear of noise. Acrophobia- Fear of heights. Aerophobia- Fear of drafts, air swallowing, or airbourne noxious substances. Coprophobia- Fear of feces. Coulrophobia- Fear of clowns. Counterphobia- The preference by a phobic for fearful situations. Cremnophobia- Fear of precipices. Cryophobia- Fear of extreme cold, ice or frost. Crystallophobia- Fear of… Read More
There does not appear to be a scientific name to specifically describe a fear of boys or little boys. The fear of children is Pedophobia.
The fear of blushing or the color red is: Erythrophobia, Erytophobia or Ereuthophobia
Umm... fear of puppets IS Pupaphobia, which I have, but fear of ventriloquist dolls is Autonomatonophobia. You don't have Pupaphobia, otherwise the Muppets would scare the daylights out of you. I have both. Pupaphobia, and i have it my friend, there kinda freaky.. muppets however dont scare me, but ventriloquist dolls, argh there damn scary...
Mastigophobia is the fear of being punished. It can also refer to a fear of being beaten or flogged.
Peniaphobia is the fear of poverty.
Cremnophobia is the fear of precipices.
Nyctohylophobia- Fear of dark wooded areas or of forests at night
The correct term is Anthropophobia (fear of people or society), or Sociophobia (fear of social situations).
Heresyphobia or Hereiophobia
Numerophobia is the fear of numbers. Another name for the condition is Arithmophobia. Specifically, fear of the number 13 is Triskaidekaphobia, fear of the number 666 is Hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia, and fear of the number 4 is Tetraphobia.
Gymnophobia is the fear of nudity.
People who have phonophobia have a fear not only of general noise, but may also fear voices, including their own. It may also refer to a fear of telephones. Acousticophobia is another term used to describe a fear of noise. Ligyrophobia describes a fear of loud noises.
Ligyrophobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of loud noises.
aichmophobia or belonephobia
It's weird but the fear of names is called Namotophobia.
Panic attacks are a very common type of disorder in our society. It isn't a surprise at all that the people who experience them are looking for a way to stop panic attacks. Panic attacks are described as a short relatively short episode of very intense fear that has a very quick onset. The DSM-IV defines a panic attack as "A discrete period of intense fear or discomfort in which, at least 4 of 13… Read More
Ataxiophobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of muscular incoordination or ataxia.
Ochophobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of being in a moving automobile or vehicle
Tropophobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of moving or making changes
Kinetophobia and kinesophobia are names for the fear of movement or motion
Eisoptrophobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of mirrors.
Bacillophobia and Microbiophobia are names of the phobias related to the fear of microbes
Musophobia, Murophobia and Suriphobia are names of the phobias related to the fear of mice
Hydrargyophobia is the name of the phobia related to the fear of mercurial medicines
Anxiety is one of the possible side effects of wellbutrin. However, it may go away after you have taken wellbutrin for a while and as your body gets used to the medication.
According to Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia, "Nail biting is the habit of biting one's fingernails or toenails during periods of nervousness, stress, hunger, or boredom. It can also be a sign of mental or emotional disorder. According to Freudian theory, nail biting a symptom of oral fixation. The clinical name for nail biting is chronic onychophagia." Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nail_biting
My friend is 17 years old and he resides in Georgia. He constantly fights with his parents and wants to leave home. He has a good job, keeps his own wages, and can support himself but his parents WILL NOT consent to him moving out. They recently found out he is gay. They have taken him to TN and put him in a radical Christian program to apparently get "scared straight" They have told him… Read More
Aphephobia- Fear of being touched. Aphenphosmphobia- Same as prior meaning. Chiraptophobia- " " Haphephobia- " " Haphophobia- " " Hapnophobia- " " Haptephobia- " " Haptophobia- " " Being sat upon may not be a 'phobia',per se,perhaps just a concern for being injured by that particular action of the other person. If someone is feeling sheer terror or intense fear by the aspect of this action,then professional assistance may be prudent,if such is the case.