Are Anxiety Disorders Trying to Control Your Life?
Severe anxiety disorders are usually found in people between the ages of 20 to 30, they can also be found in young children. Some people the feeling of anxiety is brought on by many different upsetting things that causes stress. After a severe case of depression anxiety may become an issue.
Researchers have concluded that anxiety disorders have stemmed from genetics, their studies indicate that 25% of the patients that suffer from anxiety disorders have a close family relative with the same or close to the same symptoms.
Many people that suffer form anxiety disorders can also experience "panic attacks." These attacks produce the feeling of intense fear and create a number of physical problems such as dizziness, shortness of breath, increase in heart rate, and nausea. Some people think that they are losing they minds, and they are dying, they expect nothing but the worst.
Anxiety attacks can greatly effect the way a person lives and performs daily tasks. A person suffering from an anxiety disorder may spend their entire time worrying about the next attack. They may develop phobias that never existed before, such as fear of crowds, the outdoors, or any other public location where an attack could occur. In the most severe cases of anxiety disorders, people are too afraid or embarrassed to even leave their homes.
Anxiety disorders try to steal away important life experiences. If you are experiencing an anxiety disorder, or if someone that is close to you experiences anxiety disorders, there are people and information that can help. Never try to help yourself through self-medication, it will only worsen the situation.
Anxiety disorders require the help of professionally-trained psychologists who understand the nature of the internal conflicts that a person may be dealing with.