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Anxiety & Panic Disorders

There are five major types of anxiety disorder; you may experience one, two or more of these conditions at any one time. The five types of anxiety disorder are...

Generalised anxiety disorder

Because adrenaline levels are artificially raised through these constant stressors, we can experience what is called generalized anxiety disorder or high anxiety. This means that the body is functioning at a much higher level of anxiety causing a whole list of anxious feelings, emotions and sensations. The sort of symptoms you can experience in generalised anxiety...

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Anxiety attack symptoms include

  • Rapid heartbeat, racing heartbeat, chest pain, or heart palpitations
  • Feeling suffocated, smothered, or choking sensations
  • Shortness of breath, difficulty breathing, shallow breathing, or hyperventilation
  • Feeling like you're disconnected or disoriented, feelings of unreality Feeling faint, dizzy, lightheaded, blurred vision, or spinning...
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Anxiety Disorder relating to panic disorder or panic attacks

Panic attack - a sudden or intense fear, anxiety or sense of impending doom, which reaches a peak very quickly.

There are known to be three types of panic attack, these are;

Spontaneous panic - Associated to panic disorder this anxiety disorder can come without warning at any time...

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Anxiety Disorder relating to Social Anxiety and Phobias

Social anxiety and phobias are types of anxiety disorder. Two major types of phobias are social phobia and specific phobia.

People with social phobia have an overwhelming and disabling fear of scrutiny, embarrassment, or humiliation in social situations, which leads to avoidance of many potentially pleasurable and meaningful activities.

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