Do I Have Anxiety?
Everyone feels anxious from time to time. Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. For some people, however, anxiety is present most days and is overwhelming. If excessive worry or fear gets in the way of your daily activities (school/work) or interferes with your personal relationships, you may need help for an anxiety disorder.
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What is an Anxiety Disorder?
Anxiety is the anticipation of a future threat. People with anxiety may have excessive body or muscle tension. They may often feel vigilant or cautious as a way to prevent perceived danger. This can lead people to use avoidance behaviors to reduce their anxiety. Panic attacks are a common feature of anxiety disorders.
Find Relief from Anxiety
Anxiety disorders are some of the more common mental health conditions. Potential causes of anxiety include genetics, experiencing a trauma, the loss of a loved one, divorce and major life transitions. If your anxiety is debilitating and causing emotional and physical symptoms, know that treatment can help.