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What is anxiety?

Anxiety is a sensation of disquiet that can range from minor to severe, such as worry or fear. Anxiety affects everyone at some point in their lives. You might be frightened and apprehensive about taking an exam, a medical test, or a job interview, for example. It’s totally normal to feel apprehensive at moments like this. However, some people find it difficult to manage their fears. Their anxiety is more persistent, and it can have a significant impact on their everyday lives.

Feeling down or hopeless, poor self-esteem, and a lack of enjoyment in activities that you normally like are all symptoms of depression.

Depression has a variety of effects on people and can result in a wide range of symptoms. They can range from long-term emotions of sadness and hopelessness to losing interest in activities you used to enjoy and crying a lot. Anxiety symptoms are common in people with depression.

 Physical symptoms include persistent tiredness, poor sleep, a lack of appetite or sex drive, as well as numerous aches and pains. Depression manifests itself in a variety of ways, from moderate to severe. At its mildest, depression may just make you feel down in the mood, whereas severe depression can make you feel suicidal, as if life is no longer worth living.

During challenging times, most people experience tension, worry, or a bad mood. Rather than being an indication of depression, a poor mood may improve after a short amount of time.

What causes anxiety?

  • Past or childhood experiences:anxiety disorders are frequently triggered by difficult experiences during childhood, adolescence, or adulthood. Being exposed to stress and trauma while you’re young is likely to have a significant influence. Anxiety disorders can be triggered by a variety of events, including Physical or emotional abuse, neglect, the death of a parent, being bullied or socially outcast, racism, and so on. 
  • Current life situation: Anxiety might also be triggered by current life situations. For example, feeling under pressure when studying or at work, working long hours, being laid off, money troubles, housing problems, and homelessness, losing a loved one (also known as bereavement), feeling lonely or alone, being assaulted, bullied, or harassed, including racism. 
  • Mental health problems: Anxiety is also frequent in those who have other mental health issues, such as depression.
  • Drugs or wrong medication: Anxiety can be a side effect of various psychiatric medications, as well as some prescriptions for medical ailments, recreational substances, and alcohol.

Different types of anxiety?

  • Panic disorder: panic disorder is an anxiety illness marked by sudden and recurring episodes of great terror, as well as physical symptoms such as chest discomfort, heart palpitations, shortness of breath, dizziness, or gastrointestinal problems.
  • Generalized anxiety disorder:  Generalized Anxiety Disorder is a type of anxiety disorder characterized by persistent anxiety, excessive worry, and tension, even when there is little or no cause for it.

Others are.

  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Social Phobia, also known as Social Anxiety Disorder
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