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Anxiety Disorder

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jade alcorn

on 27 January 2015

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Transcript of Anxiety Disorder

Symptoms
-feels tense or worried

-easy to be bothered/ on edge

-very worried when people are doing something dangerous or stupid

-people can get these constantly or only rarely

-some people get odd symptoms like a lump in your throat, headache, pain, constant sighing, nausea

-hand become clammy

-hearts beat faster and get dizzy

-get light headed
Anxiety Disorder
Causes
-Stress at work
-Stress from school
-Stress in a personal relationship
-Financial stress
-Stress from an emotional trauma
-Stress from a serious medical illness
-Side effect of medication
-Use of an illegal drug
-Symptom of a medical illness
-Lack of oxygen

Other Info
everyone get anxiety sometime in there life

if mainly happens when when your are nervous about something

makes it hard for you and others around you to enjoy life

if not taken care of it could lead to failure with certain tasks
Definition
Definition: Feeling fearful or anxious on a regular basis.
A nervous disorder characterized by a state of excessive uneasiness and apprehension, typically with compulsive behavior or panic attacks.

Remedies
-Behavioral therapy
-Relieve tension with exercise or massage.
-Practice relaxation
-Get enough rest
-Practice healthy thinking
-stop negative thoughts.
-Avoid alcohol, caffeine, chocolate, and nicotine.
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