June 28, 2017

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Afraid of People – part 2 of 4.mov

Afraid of People – Social Anxiety Disorder. In this program, we meet three people, Pam, James, and Chris, who share their trials and triumphs related to SAD. The video also includes commentary by researchers in the field of SAD, and is hosted by Donny Osmond, a fellow SAD sufferer. Download the entire video at www.megaupload.com
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Is there any connection between anxiety,depression, anxiety disorder and schizophrenia?

Question by : Is there any connection between anxiety,depression, anxiety disorder and schizophrenia?
I would like to know if there is any connection between anxiety disorders, depression and schizophrenia. Are individuals with anxiety and depression more likely to get schizophrenia. And what are the measures that such people can take to reduce their chances of getting schizophrenia.

Best answer:

Answer by hindusufi
A recent discovery is that schizophrenia is caused by an inherited small virus that attached itself to a human chromosome in the very distant past. Anxiety and depression do not cause schizophrenia or increase your chances of getting it. If you are having a problem with anxiety and depression you need to do something about those things because of what they do to your quality of life.

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Anxiety Disorder – An Overview

Anxiety disorders: an overview

Anxiety can be defined as:

1. a nervousness, agitation, or worry, often about a future circumstance or event

2. a state of apprehension or fear of a real or imagined danger

Anxiety is an emotional state that’s caused by worry. Worry is imagining the future with apprehension and fear.

Acute or prolonged worry can cause physical symptoms, such as, sweating; nervousness; trembling; shortness of breath; elevated heart rate; increased blood pressure; upset stomach, nausea, or diarrhea; chest pain; and headache. These types of symptoms occur because of the physiological change that occurs in the body when the brain perceives danger (often referred to as the fight or flight response).

All of us worry from time to time. Those who worry more regularly and intensely have a higher likelihood of developing an anxiety disorder.

An anxiety disorder is a blanket term used to describe a number of conditions (disorders) that can arise from abnormal and pathological anxiety, fears, phobias, and nervous conditions that can impair or prevent an individual from living a normal life.

Anxiety disorders are commonly classified in the following categories:

o Panic Disorder

o Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

o Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

o Social Phobia (Social Anxiety Disorder)

o Specific Phobias

o Generalized Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety disorders often co-exist with other mental or physical illnesses, which may mask anxiety symptoms or make them worse. In some cases, these other illnesses need to be addressed before lasting anxiety recovery is possible.

There are many reasons why anxiety turns into a disorder. One of the more common reasons is that acute or sustained stress can cause the body to produce unusual and frightening symptoms that some people become overly concerned about or afraid of. When they become overly concerned about their symptom’s presence, many assume the worst and become consumed with fear and worry.

This can be further aggravated when stress symptoms are mistakenly associated with a more serious health condition or medical emergency.

For example, chest pains are common symptoms of stress, but they are also commonly associated with heart disease. If an individual experiences chest pains due to stress, yet assumes that they are being caused by an imminent heart emergency, he or she can become fearful and rush to the nearest medical facility fearing the worst. The increased concern can cause even more symptoms, since fear will intensify stress symptoms. This can set up a “cycle of fear” where one aggravates the other. For example

Stress symptoms lead to worry and alarm, worry and alarm cause more stress, more stress causes more symptoms, more symptoms cause more alarm and worry, and so on.

As this “cycle of fear” becomes entrenched, the individual can become so consumed with worry and fear that it negatively impacts or fully disrupts his or her lifestyle.

Fear is the main ingredient to anxiety disorders. Some of the more common anxiety fears include, fear of the unknown, fear of what the symptoms might mean, fear of what the underlying cause may be, fear of where the condition may lead, fear of being out of control, and fear of not being able to recover.

There are many treatments for anxiety disorders. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (talk therapy) provides the best long-term results. While medication can help lessen physiological and psychological symptoms, it should never be considered a cure. There is also a very high rebound rate (after medication is discontinued the condition returns) when medication is used alone. Addressing the underlying factors associated with anxiety is the only approach that provides lasting medication-free recovery.

It’s best to seek the help of a medication-free anxiety coach or therapist who has experienced and conquered anxiety in his or her own life. His or her personal experience will be an invaluable asset when working toward resolving an anxiety condition

For more information on anxiety, Anxiety Disorder, panic attacks, and stress: http://www.anxietycentre.com

 

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Can someone describe a panic attack and/or general anxiety disorder?

Question by Emmy: Can someone describe a panic attack and/or general anxiety disorder?
If I get very stressed out, which is fairly often, I have trouble taking full breaths. Unfortunately, I’m stressed out the most when doing something I’m not doing, like running, and I just joined the cross-country team…
I’m planning on doing some research on anxiety disorders before I talk to my doctor and anything you can tell me would be great.

Best answer:

Answer by Peter G
Probably stress related but not a classic panic or anxiety attack, unless you also had the overwelming feeling or eithr immobility or on the other extreme that you must run away. A panic attack is in essence a psychosomatic flight or fight response to a perceived threat either real or imaginary. The shortness of breath could be allergy, bronchitus or asthma related all of which can be triggered or aggravated by stress. You are on the right road by researching your issue.

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Afraid of People – part 1 of 4.mov

Afraid of People – Social Anxiety Disorder. In this program, we meet three people, Pam, James, and Chris, who share their trials and triumphs related to SAD. The video also includes commentary by researchers in the field of SAD, and is hosted by Donny Osmond, a fellow SAD sufferer. Download the entire video at www.megaupload.com

Jealousy, Competition, Feeling Threatened from www.sociallypositive.com

www.sociallypositive.com My thoughts on stopping the feelings of Jealous, Competition & Feeling Threatened! Topic suggested by JaneyFromKorea www.youtube.com/user/JaneyFromKorea Wether you’re thinking it is someone more attractive, more confident and happy, more successful, or more spoiled. I think what might help is to focus more on yourself, you are depriving yourself of something, loving & supporting self talk, and focus on getting more enjoyment and pleasure from yourself and your life. (What you have right now) At the start I say “Think about this: Enjoy but do not want”

How can you cure an anxiety disorder?

Question by trentio: How can you cure an anxiety disorder?
I learned that there are 4 types of anxiety disorders. What is the treatment for this condition?

Best answer:

Answer by Kimmi_22
When you find the answer to this please let me know. I would do anything to have the cure all answer…that really works.

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