Anxiety - Causes - Diagnosis - Symptoms - Treatment - Risk Factors
Anxiety causes, diagnosis, risk factors, symptoms, and treatment. Anxiety is a normal emotion that can help you better cope with arthritis. Fear and negative emotions can do the opposite, amplifying anxious feelings, creating a cycle of more anxiety, pain and helplessness. Learn more about living and coping with anxiety.
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Study shows anxiety disorders are linked to arthritis and other physical illnesses.
A brief explanation and fast facts about anxiety, and how it relates to arthritis.
A confirmed diagnosis of arthritis can initially provoke feelings of uncertainty and fear in the newly-diagnosed patient.
The physical and emotional pain of arthritis can lead to social isolation.
Panic and anxiety disorders are often co-morbid with depression symptoms. Do you have the symptoms of an anxiety disorder?
What is the difference between feeling stressed and having an anxiety disorder?
An in-depth report on the causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of anxiety.
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is characterized by a pattern of frequent, persistent worry and anxiety, about several different events or activities. The symptoms last at least 6 months.
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Repeated nightmares involve a reoccurring theme in a series of bad dreams. Nightmares in adulthood are often associated with outside stressors or exist concurrently with another mental disorder.
Adjustment disorder is an abnormal and excessive reaction to a life stressors.
Panic disorder involves repeated, unpredictable attacks of intense fear accompanied by severe anxiety symptoms in the body that may last from minutes to hours.