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Begin your cure for anxiety disorder by knowing your foe.
Home Self-Improvement Anxieties
By: Thomas Bronson Email Article
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Facing fear, worries and anxiety you are not alone! All of us share the same problem everyday. For many of us, these worries are almost short-lived and temporary in nature. For others, that might be a different case. There are many people out there who are constantly plagued by worrying about many things that happen to them and their lives and this persistent worrying is potentially a symptom of anxiety disorder.

Endless fear, worry and anxiety may be a complicating condition and can have considerable impact in their lives not only mentally but both physically and psychologically. This kind of mental disorder problem is triggered every time the body prepares itself for a battle or fight condition when it intercepts potential danger or disaster. The rush of adrenaline and sudden hormonal changes accelerate the speed of the functioning of the various body parts and organs such as heart and brain, causing a heightened stress level, tension and anxiety.

This in turn can trigger abdominal discomfort, diarrhea, dry mouth, rapid heartbeat, palpitations, tightness and pain in the chest region, shortness of breath, dizziness, frequent urination and even difficulty swallowing. These are just the physical effects that anxiety disorders produce.

In addition to the physical conditions, anxiety disorder is diagnosed when the people become overwhelmingly irritated, anxious or unable to focus and perform the daily routine works. They may find difficulty in keeping the reality in check and become excessively self conscious with various issues and worry about them for days or weeks even before a dreaded situation arises or happens.

Emotionally, the people suffering from anxiety disorder can be so preoccupied with exaggerated concerns and worries over a variety of everyday problems even though there is little or nothing to provoke it. They perceive threats and are overly concerned about health issues, financial stress, family problems, potential misfortunes, impending deadlines and many other difficulties in life. It is, in their opinions, difficult or impossible to get rid of these concerns even though their anxiety is more intense than the situation warrants. To this extent, the heightened obsessions that elicit anxiety and distress can get uncontrollable that they may lose control and act upon such thoughts and impulses.

When you first experience anxiety your doctor must be able to diagnose your complaint. The doctor has to be able to decide if your symptoms are a medical condition or if they are a mental problem. Once you have been identified as having an anxiety disorder, treatment to cure or control your condition may be begun.

The symptoms stated above may be considered as anxiety symptoms if they are of a prolonged or severe state or if the feelings of anxiety come into existence when there is nothing dangerous or stressful to bring them about. Then if these anxiety symptoms start to interfere with your everyday life and activities like work or social events then you know for certain that you are suffering from anxiety disorder.

Before you jump into the conclusion that you are suffering from anxiety disorders, you must first seek consultation and help with a qualified doctor to ensure that the symptoms that you are aware are symptoms of anxiety disorder or another medical condition or just any other physical conditions; and he or she will advise the most appropriate treatment and help for your condition if diagnosed with anxiety disorder.

Thomas Bronson is the author for Curing Your Anxiety and Panic Attacks giving detailed information on how to treat oneself completely from the suffering of anxiety attack and panic disorder. Find out more at

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