Posts Tagged ‘Anxiety’
Anxiety disorders are one of the most frequent in psychiatric illness. Its evolution over time is characterized by relatively early ages initiated by the chronicity, to present periods of improvement and recurrence and generating stages of disability in people who suffer.
Anxiety disorders are common in the daily life of patients in very different ways. In order to sort and categorize these disorders classifications have been developed, with agreed diagnostic criteria, helping to detect and therefore to achieve a better prognosis and treatment. Read the rest of this entry »
The anxiety-related disorders are not predictable. However, a set of habits and appropriate can reduce the prevalence of the disorder, including:
- Eliminate the consumption of narcotics and stimulants such as coffee, tea, cola, chocolate and other
- Consult your pharmacist before taking any tea or food whose composition is unknown, many contain chemicals that increase anxiety
- Exercise daily
- Stress management practices such as yoga Read the rest of this entry »
Due to the panic attack symptoms can be confused with other disorders.
- A common symptom of anxiety disorder is the hyperactivity of the nervous system, which is also characteristic of other diseases such as myocardial infarction, stroke, epilepsy, hypoglycemia, etc. And may cause a misdiagnosis.
- Anxiety or fear as a psychological reaction to physical discomfort or significant life event in the life of the person (as possible suffering from an incurable disease).
- The drug and other substance use causes brain disorders that may be confused with anxiety, particularly highlighting the withdrawal symptoms in diseases such as alcoholism or opiate use.
- Also be confused, as the crisis of anxiety a symptom of major psychiatric illness with psychotic symptoms or affective disorders in individuals who have suffered abuse. Read the rest of this entry »