Symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder

People with this disorder, also called social phobia, may have few or no social or romantic relationships, making them feel powerless, alone, or even ashamed. Although they recognize that the fear is excessive and unreasonable, people with social anxiety disorder feel powerless against their anxiety. They are terrified they will humiliate or embarrass themselves.

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Symptoms of Panic Disorder

Perhaps, one of the most common anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorder can get worse over time if there is no proper care and treatment. We will share more on the potential treatment and methods we can fight with panic disorder in the near future.

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Social Anxiety Disorder: Overview

“I have to present my report in front of all my colleagues tomorrow, I am so nervous!” “I am going to meet my new classmates soon, what if they don’t like me?” “I don’t want to eat in front of others. People might laugh at me.” Statements like these are often made or heard in […]

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Social Anxiety Disorder: An Overview

Preamble (It’s a Long One) I remember once being called upon by a friend of mine as “antisocial” merely because when the two of us sat on a bus towards campus, I preferred the company of my earbuds than that of his mouth. So quick are we to judge those who slightly deviated from the […]

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Phobia – Beyond Fear: An Overview

We all get scared. We all experienced fear. But not all that we fear and get scared of develops into what we call “Phobia”. What is Phobia? Phobias are defined as extreme or irrational fears, often persistent, that compel sufferers to avoid the object or situation to which their fear is connected (Fleming, 2017). The […]

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Panic Disorder: An Overview

Most of us experienced panic before, a surge of uncontrollable anxiety that prevents us from staying calm and rational. If you do not recall, don’t worry! Let’s imagine that you are running late for work and you could not find your car key or when you are having a test tomorrow but you forgot to […]

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Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD): An Overview

One of the most indicative signs that demonstrate the limitations of human language is that in attempting to convey a state of mind, we have no choice but to resort to only a handful of words and labels, no matter how different qualitatively the emotions really are, which can be obviously seen when it comes to describing […]

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