Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension(unpleasant), and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave and can cause physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is unclear and unsettling, while severe anxiety can seriously affect day-to-day living.
Problem anxiety maybe caused by mental conditions, physical condition, medical conditions,effects of drugs, infections, withdrawal of any drug that cause harm to the body.
There are many different disorders in which anxiety is a key feature, including:
- panic disorder: characterized by bouts of intense fear or terror that develop quickly and unexpectedly
- phobia: excessive fear of a specific object, situation, or activity
- social anxiety disorder: extreme fear of being judged by others in social situations
- obsessive-compulsive disorder: recurring irrational thoughts that lead you to perform specific, repeated behaviors
- separation anxiety disorder: fear of being away from home or loved ones
- hypochondriacs: anxiety about your health
- post-traumatic stress disorder: anxiety following a traumatic event.
- There are several different anxiety disorders, each with a distinct set of symptoms.
- increased or irregular heartbeat
- back pain
- restlessness and fatigue
- muscle tension
- being easily shock
- recurring and ongoing feelings of worry, with or without known stressors
- avoidance of certain situations that may cause worry, often affecting quality of life.