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...Anxiety Affiliation Anxiety Anxiety can be defined as an inner of turmoil that is often accompanied by nervous behavior such as somatic complaints, rumination and pacing back and forth. Anxiety is the expectation of future threat where a person feels fear, uneasiness and worry and in some cases it, is usually, generalized. Anxiety is experienced by most people from time to time as they are afraid of facing things that are uncertain. It is vital to distinguish between fear and anxiety, fear is said to be short lived present focused and facilitates escape from the threat and it is always...
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...anxiety than men? Are women likely to experience anxiety than men? Introduction Anxiety is defined by Khan et al (2007) as a status of fretfulness, nervousness, worry, ambiguity and trepidation originating from expectation of a rational or even an illusory experience that could be threatening. This kind of nervousness habitually weakens physical and psychosomatic performance in individuals. Though both men and women are at risk of anxiety, it is higher in women than in men. In a conventional perspective, there has always been a collectively supposed conception that women are more emotional as compared to men. For this reason, an array of methodical investigations have... Are women likely to experience...
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Anxiety disorders
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...Anxiety Disorders in Autistic Spectrum Children and Adolescents of Anxiety Disorders in Autistic Spectrum Children and Adolescents Van Steensel, Bo?gels, and Perrin (2011) state that children and adolescents who have Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are more prone to have anxiety or anxiety disorders than other types of children. Van Steensel et al. state that although many researchers have studied this issue, they have not specifically said which anxiety disorders ASD children and adolescents are most prone to experience. Because they found this gap in the literature, they decided to create a study that...
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...Anxiety Disorders in Autistic Spectrum Children and Adolescents of Anxiety Disorders in Autistic Spectrum Children and Adolescents Van Steensel, Bo¨gels, and Perrin (2011) state that children and adolescents who have Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are more prone to have anxiety or anxiety disorders than other types of children. Van Steensel et al. state that although many researchers have studied this issue, they have not specifically said which anxiety disorders ASD children and adolescents are most prone to experience. Because they found this gap in the literature, they decided to create a study that...
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Anxiety disorder
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...Anxiety disorders Question Anxiety disorders Specific anxiety disorder: This is also referred to as a specific phobia. It is an overwhelming worry of a specific situation or object, such as injuries involving blood, highway driving, flying, heights, dogs or snakes. Therefore, someone develops intense fear and hence can lead to avoidance of some situations in someone’s daily life activities (Webmd.com, 2005). Social anxiety disorder: It is also known as social phobia and involves intense fear and worry about the day-to-day’s social situations. It leads to avoidance of negative situations especially in social interactions....
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Anxiety Disorders
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...Anxiety Disorders Types and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders A Discussion Paper Outline Introduction Anxiety disorders are commonly occurring, or the most prevalent, mental illness. They involve a set of symptoms that share pathological or severe anxiety as the major disorder of emotional character (Stein & Hollander, 2002). Anxiety, which could be interpreted as the pathological equivalent of common fear, is shown by mood disorders, as well as of physiological, behavioral, and psychological activity (Stein & Hollander, 2002). This essay will discuss the types and treatments of anxiety disorders. The anxiety disorders consist of post-traumatic stress disorder, acute stress disorder... Running Head:...
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Anxiety disorders
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...Anxiety Disorders Anxiety disorders are different kinds of mental illnesses that disrupt day-to-day activities of people. A negative feeling about oneself and the world at large is the cause of anxiety. According to Wikipedia: the free encyclopedia, "anxiety disorder is a blanket term covering several different forms of abnormal, pathological, anxiety, fear, phobia and nervous condition, that may come on suddenly, or gradually over a period of several years and prevent pursuing normal daily routines." (Anxiety_disorder section, para. 1) People all over the world are suffering from anxiety...
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Competitive Anxiety
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...ANXIETY EFFECTS ON PENALTY TAKING IN RUGBY Anxiety effects on penalty taking in rugby of the School Introduction Anxiety, a persistent and inherent feature of competitive sport, consists of time-limited and short-term events (e.g., making an error or receiving a penalty from the official during the contest) can unfavorably affect performance. Typical responses to stressful events include over-arousal, heightened anxiety, muscular tension, emotional turmoil, and slower, less accurate decision-making (Anshel, 1995). Long term consequences of ineffective coping with anxiety include psychological burnout and the athlete's withdrawal from competitive sport. Present paper is a research... Running head:...
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Anxiety disorder
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...Anxiety is sure to hit everyone in one form or another during their life. All people can become anxious about some events, even fearful about certain aspects of their life. The list of these irrational fears, that sometimes seem to have no rational cause or root, it almost endless. People can become afraid of almost anything there is to be afraid of, with the phobia list naming phobias of almost anything you could think of. If there is something in this world, somebody somewhere is afraid of it, and without cause. A pencil is not really going to hurt anybody, nor a blade of grass, but yet this might be objects that trigger a person’s anxiety attacks, and sets off their phobias. Anxiety can... Intro:...
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Math anxiety
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...Anxiety Differences in Gender and Majors California Fullerton Math Anxiety Differences in Gender and Majors Currently, Mathematics is an essential subject. An achievement in mathematics, gives an individual an upper hand in acquiring a job than those who may have failed in this subject. However, many individuals have poor performance in mathematics because they are anxious when tackling mathematic problems. Many scholars have tried to explain what math anxiety is. According to Ashcraft and Moore (2009), mathematics anxiety is a negative attitude acquired when someone reacts to math situations such as math calculations or...
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Social Anxiety
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...Anxiety Running head: SOCIAL ANXIETY Social Anxiety in APA Style of Social Anxiety 2 Social anxiety is fear, uneasiness, and worry regarding social situations where one will be evaluated by others. This can be experienced at public places such as parties, or speaking in front of people. (Wikipedia, 2006.) Social anxiety is also known as "social phobia" or "social anxiety disorder (SAD)". It can be a fear that only involves a single situation such as being in crowds or it can be broad and cause one to be fearful in any situation that involves being around other...
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Social anxiety
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...Anxiety Introduction Social anxiety, also known as social phobia is excitability and over sensitivity about the interactions in a society, people and surroundings. People who are victims of social anxiety are always feared to meet the people in the society and they are gambit of the collective interaction. Social anxiety fills the person with negative thought and inferiority complex that if they will go in the public places or meet the people with the pre defined societal norms they will not be able to make it up to the mark. This inferiority complex imbibes all the self confidence of the individuals who are the victim of social phobia and no matter how hard they try they cannot meet... the...
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Anxiety disorder
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...ANXIETY DISORDERS Psychology Studies Anxiety Disorders College: Psychology is the study that is responsible for developing an understanding towards a logical thinking, an ability of keeping humane in consideration. It is the way where an understanding is build up about the behavior of a person, and methods could be devised to enhance what is lacking in the personality and how well an individual be groomed to have a sound and congenial influence on the society or social ambience. Anxiety disorders is a broad term that involves various mental disorders, displaying the symptoms of prominent anxiety. Anxiety is a cluster of various disorders like uneasiness, panic nervousness... and upsetting or...
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Test Anxiety
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...Anxiety Introduction Studies have been conducted on test anxiety by many researchers. The results have been varying, but all leading to one conclusion: test anxiety promotes a significant decline in students’ exam performance due to irrelevant thinking and heightened worry that intrude conscious thought before the exam starts. Different models of test anxiety articulate on difficulty by anxious students’ cognitive processes (Akman, 2012). Encoding and storage of information among anxious students ready to sit for the exams becomes a problem. This leads to inadequate conceptual representations of the content of the exam....
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Anxiety Disorders
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...ANXIETY DISORDERS Introduction Anxiety disorders It is combination of various mental problems, which victimsfeel very frightened, depressed or fatigued in situations where normal people would not experience similar feelings. If untreated, the condition may be dangerous and may cause impairments and negatively affect ones relationship with peers or his capacity to study and work. In extreme cases, the disorders may cause problems in performance of routine duties like shopping, playing, and others. It may also cause reduced self-esteem, abuse of substances, and loneliness or isolation from peers and family members, and in 1980, Americans initially recognized...
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Speech anxiety
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...Anxiety As my was called, my heart began pumping blood into my ears and my head was so numb I couldn't even feel if I had legs or not. Speaking in front of my class was the least of my worries at that point. My first concern was how should I get up to go to the stage Because my brain wasn't in a situation to give my body any commands. Does this situation strike a bell I sure it does. Although it sounds like the sky is going to fall to your head and you will be reduced to mere dust, the problem isn't so big. You have got a bad case of stage fright, or speech anxiety in scientific terms. This situation presents into our life whenever we are going to speak... seriously. There are three types...
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Social anxiety
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...Anxiety Social Anxiety Introduction Social anxiety is a term used to refer to the anxious behavior exhibited by an individual due to his/her interaction with social environment. An individual is said to be experiencing social anxiety disorder when that individual experiences problems due to social anxiety. Social phobia is a term used to denote the continuous anxious behavior of an individual due to his exchanges with the social environment. Individuals tend to use the word extreme shyness in replacement of the word social phobia, but the term social phobia does not only refer to shyness. People experiencing from social phobia are not afraid of fear, rather they are afraid of what people... ? Social...
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School Anxiety
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...ANXIETY School Anxiety Springfield College This research is being submitted on December 5, to NAME OF PROFESSOR in partial fulfillment of the requirements for ------------ course. Specific Question How school anxiety affects school entrance children and how does anxiety affects their performance to do well in school? Problem Statement “School anxiety affects school entrance children, and their performance to do well in school.” Anxiety among school entrance children has been a problem among children who enters school in Springfield College. The purpose of this paper is to investigate the reasons behind school anxiety among school entrance children, and find out how this study... ?Running Head: SCHOOL...
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Anxiety Treatment
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...anxiety. This paper seeks to explore the concept of anxiety with regard to adults between the age of 18and 25 and with an interest group of many patients suffering from anxiety attacks (Guilford,2001). Introduction Anxiety which can also be called anger or a state of worry is psychological and is characterized by cognitive, emotional and behavioral factor. The expression of this feeling may be accompanied by concentration problems, fatigue, uneasiness, fear and worry. The feeling can be confused for fear but is entirely different and in the case of failure to compress it turns to disorder. Whereas fear is a real danger and can be concrete, anxiety on the other side is just... ? Integrative Project Part I ...
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Performance Anxiety
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...ANXIETY Performance anxiety (PA) is a collection of cognitive, behavioural and physiological symptoms felt surrounding a performance. Atmost times, this disables the affected person to perform to the best of his abilities. It has been the interest of many researches as many people can be affected. However, differences in the definition of the disorder make studies more difficult. This may explain why studies on PA are incomparable with one another (Kenny, 2005). Barlow (2000) gives a simple explanation on the development of PA. Genetics and previous life experiences provide the foundation for PA as it produces a generalized depressed mood. Specific environmental stimuli then initiate... ?PERFORMANCE...
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Anxiety Disorderes
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...Anxiety Disorders al Affiliation) Anxiety Disorders Lynam and Widiger, (2001) successfully utilize an expert consensus approach to represent the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual- Fourth edition (DSM-IV) to explain the five-factor model and how it can be used as a diagnosis of personality disorders. The article is well-structured in a manner that the reader understands how the five-factor model is a suitable diagnosis of personality disorders. In addition, the authors clarify on the assumption that personality disorders represent clinical syndromes (Lynam and Widiger 2001). They argue that personality disorders are attributable to “cognitive and perceptual...
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Social Anxiety Disorder
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...anxiety workbook: Proven, step-by-step techniques for overcoming your fear (2nd Ed.). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications. The correlation between shyness and anxiety cannot be overemphasized. The book defines the relationship between social anxiety and shyness and the various techniques that can be employed to deal with fear. Social anxiety is a direct consequence of fear as underscored in the text. Biemer, D.J. (1983). “Shyness Control: A Systematic Approach to Social Anxiety Management in Children”. The School Counselor, 31 (1), 53-60. The journal provides an in-depth analysis of various steps... that are critical in dealing with social anxiety. The source has a...
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Speech Anxiety / discussion
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...anxiety. It is perfectly curable should one work on it a little. It is also advised that people who suffer from speech anxiety stand in front of a mirror and speak so as to ensure that they do not become too anxious when they speak to another person. This method has been very helpful in overcoming speech anxiety. Speech anxiety could also lead to stuttering, stuttering is a serious issue but it is perfectly curable and it is not a disease. It is just a way an individual speaks and can be altered. Stuttering could occur when an individual suffers from mental trauma during childhood, this could also be because an individual fails to handle stress... Client’s 3 February Many people suffer from speech...
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Concept Analysis Paper Anxiety
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...anxiety Introduction This paper is a complete analysis of anxiety as a concept in nursing. This report would briefly define some of the concepts related to the anxiety. This would be followed by brief description of the occurrence of anxiety in three different case studies. In particular, the paper would describe the model case, the contrary case and the borderline case. Principally, the aim of this analysis is to provide a template through which the information related to the management of different condition of disorders can be handled. In other words, the paper would provide basis for research and management of anxiety related disorders and at the same time acting... as an educational tool...
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Mental Health & Illness: Anxiety & Anxiety Disorders
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...Anxiety Everyone feels anxious at times. It is a feeling that makes one’s heart race and one’s mind go on overdrive. One typically feels upset, uncomfortable and tense. Anxiety is normally experienced when one is faced with threat, danger or stressful situations (National Mental Health Strategy, n.d.). No matter how uncomfortable anxiety is, it is part of one’s ‘fight or flight’ response which actually helps one to be alert for potentially dangerous or scary situations in order to survive (Mental Health Association, NSW, 2005). In essence, it is a beneficial built-in mechanism in people. Andrews and Hunt (1998) contend that mild to moderate levels of anxiety improve one’s ability to cope... Surviving...
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Anxiety Disorders Psychology Essay
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...Anxiety Disorders Anxiety Disorders Anxiety and Depression are some of the common psychological disorders seen mostly among old people. According to Barlow & Durand (2009),“anxiety is closely related to depression” (Barlow & Durand, 2009, p. 121). In other words, both anxiety and depression have almost similar symptoms and reasons. Even though many reasons were cited, unpleasant life experiences and emotions seem to be the most important reasons behind anxiety disorders. Pleasant emotions and life experiences always provide positive energy to a person whereas unpleasant emotions and life experiences always provide negative energy and negative thoughts to a person. Negative thoughts can cause...
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Generalized anxiety disorder
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...Anxiety Disorder Table of Contents I. Introduction …………………………………………………………….. 3 II. About GAD ……………………………………………………………… 3 III. Probable Causes of GAD …………………………………………….. 3 IV. Common Symptoms and Diagnosis of GAD ……………………… 4 V. Available Treaments for GAD ……………………………………….. 4 VI. Recommendations on How a Person could avoid Experiencing GAD …………………………………………………….. 5 VII. Conclusion …………………………………………………………….. 5 References …………………………………………………………………….. 6 Introduction As much as 6.8 American adults who are diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). (Kessler, Chiu and Demler, 2005) Based on Robins and Regier (1991) report, two-thirds of the American people who are suffering... Generalized Anxiety...
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General anxiety disorder
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...Anxiety Disorder Lecturer’s Due General Anxiety Disorder It is normal for a human for a human being to feel anxious or worry about something, especially if the person’s life is stressful. For example, people get nervous when they are about to get into a marriage commitment with someone or while waiting for an interview at a new company. That is all part of normal apprehension, but severe ongoing stressful worrying stands as a sign of General Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Psychologists simply define GAD as the situation in which a person extremely worries almost about everything and it interferes with the normal daily activities (Stevens, 11). There is a possibility to develop the General Anxiety... General...
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Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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...Anxiety Disorder Generalized Anxiety Disorder is a type of anxiety disorder whose main characteristicsinclude persistent worry that is often irrational and cannot be controlled (Portman 2009, 42). In order for this kind of disorder to be properly diagnosed, the patient must have suffered from the disorder for at least six months persistently (Montgomery 2009, p. 56). Indeed, Generalized Anxiety Disorder causes excessive worry in individuals and in most cases leads to disruption to their daily activities. In essence, the patients spend a vast majority of their time wondering about unfounded disasters in such aspects as money, relationships, death, health issues among others (Heimberg, Turk... Generalized...
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Social Anxiety Disorder
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...Anxiety Disorder vs. Shyness Despite the fact that social anxiety disorder is quite common nowadays, it frequently is being mixed up with such thing as simple shyness. Notwithstanding this social anxiety is much more serious problem for people than being shy; it is even possible to say that shyness can be one of many signs of inner social anxiety disorder; however, it can also be a normal part of human personality but not a serious mental problem like social anxiety disorder. Social anxiety disorder is a kind of strong phobia that is characterized by constant fear of different kinds of social communication. The roots of the disorder lie in human fear of being estimated by other people, so... Social...
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Anxiety Research Proposal
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...Anxiety is a psychological and physiological of uneasiness and apprehension concerning the future uncertainties. It is described as an emotional, somatic, mental illness that affects some developmental components in elder people. In addition, it is a distasteful feeling of panic and distress. The study of anxiety among the older generation is very significant because it informs people on the impact a simple deficiency on older people. In addition, it informs on how it causes these behavioral, emotional, and somatic changes during their late years. II. Literature review The depression and symptoms are more prevalent in the older and medically ill patients (Butler & Pitt 1998). Further... ?I. Introduction...
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Concept analysis paper-anxiety
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...Anxiety A Conceptual Analysis of Anxiety Anxiety and fear are both parts of emotions such as joy, loneliness, madness and shame. They are part of daily lives of people. The exact distinction between anxiety and fear is difficult to identify and depends upon the situation. The objective of the study undertaken is to present various perspectives of the different disciplines regarding the concept of anxiety. The perspectives include medical and non-medical fields. Anxiety is distinguished from fear as anxiety is the reaction to an unexpected, possible harmless scenario. On the other hand, fear pertains is the reaction to a verified danger. Anxiety and fear are related... but they are two...
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Dealing with Anxiety
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...Anxiety Dealing with Anxiety In life, we normally encounter things that we do not want to think about or deal with; in such cases we develop ways to protect ourselves from such things. These protective ways to cope with anxiety are known as defensive mechanisms. In most cases, these mechanisms work unconsciously to distort reality. I do not like these mechanisms though they happen unconsciously because they can be unhealthy especially when they are overused in order to avoid dealing with problems. On the contrary, they can also be adapted to enable us to function normally. Although not most people understand anxiety, it is a fact that in our day-to-day life or activities we... are confronted...
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ANXIETY D/O
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...anxiety disorder. Anxiety is a human sensation that is common which everyone experiences at times. Various persons feel nervous or anxious, when encountering a problem like making an important decision, before taking a test, or before taking a test. Anxiety disorders, nevertheless, are different. They can cause such distress that it interferes with a persons ability to lead an ordinary life. Anxiety disorder is a severe mental illness. People with anxiety disorders, fear and worry, are overwhelming and constant, and can be crippling. It is, therefore, important that various anxiety disorders are identified. The anxiety disorders... OUTLINE OF LITERATURE REVIEW The literature review outline will discuss...
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Generalized anxiety disorder
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...Anxiety Disorder Generalized Anxiety Disorder Theories of aetiology The concept of generalized anxiety disorder as inherited disorder is one of the theories of its etiology. This theory explains that individuals from families whose members have ever developed the disorder have a high likelihood of developing the disorder. The brain chemistry theory explains that generalized anxiety disorder is caused by an unbalance in neurotransmitters. A psychological theory explains that generalized anxiety disorder is a natural response of the body to certain environmental stressors. Isolation is another potential cause of generalized anxiety disorder because it denies individuals avenues through... Generalized...
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Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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...anxiety disorder Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Anxiety Generalized anxiety disorder is different from normal anxiety or nervousness. If untreated, generalized anxiety disorder can cause people to avoid situations that set off or worsen their anxiety. Individuals with generalized anxiety disorder are likely to experience depression, and can abuse alcohol or other drugs in an attempt to gain relief from anxiety. The individual’s tasks such as school, work or performance, can be significantly affected by anxiety disorders (Evans et al. 2008). The main difference between generalized anxiety disorder and anxiety is the stressor. Whereas normal anxiety occurs because of a stressor... , such as an...
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Social Anxiety Disorder
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...Anxiety Disorder Social Anxiety Disorder The Outline I. Introduction A. Definition: Social anxiety disorder is a kind of strong phobia that is characterized by constant fear of different kinds of social communication. People with anxiety disorder may also have very few or no social relationships at all, making them feel lonely, helpless, ashamed, or even powerless (Nardi, 2003). B. The roots of the disorder lie in human fear of being estimated by other people, so people that suffer from social anxiety usually consider themselves as not good enough to be accepted by others and are in panic fear when they...
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Anxiety: A Concept Analysis
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...ANXIETY Anxiety- A concept analysis Anxiety has been the root cause for the birth of majority of the diseases in the world. It has been one of the most researched topics in the healthcare industry as one of the most important components in the rise of the health related problems. It has been one of the most prominent disorders in the people in the modern age. About 15% of the population in the USA suffers from the panic attacks caused by the anxiety. (Barlow, 2002, pp. 1-2; Bourne, 2005, p. 1) The purpose of the paper is to explore this concept of ‘anxiety’ from various angles with special emphasis on the health and cognitive viewpoint. Theories and cases are used to show how this term... Running head:...
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Anxiety disorder Essay
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...Anxiety Disorder: Approach to a who has been Diagnosed with Anxiety Disorder: A Counselor's Views Introduction Anxiety disorders are one ofthe most prevalent categories of psychopathology in the school children. These disorders are common, especially in school going children with the 3-month estimates ranging between 2.2% to 8.6%. However, the 6-month estimates range from 5.5 to 17.7% (Costello et al., 2005). Although the prevalence rates are less in comparison to those of adolescents and adults, frequently counselors in the school end up getting such patients in the school, and therefore an understanding of the clinical issues related to...
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Social Anxiety vs. Shyness
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...Anxiety vs. Shyness Introduction Social Anxiety and Shyness are things that both affect an individual. They may differ according to the levelof effects that each might cause to the entire system of humans body. Social Anxiety or also known as social phobia is common to individuals who do not actually mingle to other individual or group of individuals--community. It mainly affects one’s emotional and mental health. Shyness is another term for timidity, like social anxiety it pertains to human circumstances. This paper seeks to investigate and establish facts as to the differences between social anxiety and shyness. Further, it aims to prove the validity of the hypothesis presented. 1.1... ?Social Anxiety...
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Anxiety & Depressive Disorders
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...anxiety and depressive disorders, let us get a better understanding of what these terms actually mean. Anxiety is a feeling of unease or concern about some specific matter. It is a psychological or emotional pressure, which occurs on an individual due to some difficulty or unexpected circumstances. Depressive disorders, on the other hand, refer to the illness caused by continuous or excessive depressed moods. Anxiety and depressive disorders hardly occur in their pure forms. Anxiety disorders have some sort of association with the disorders related to depression although this association is not very strong. Anxiety is a short-term feeling... or problem whereas depressive disorders put...
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Anxiety in Sports
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...Anxiety may not Necessarily Impair Performance Introduction: Anxieties have oftenbeen denoted to be culprits in compromised performances in sports activities. Given the high-pressure situation of competitive sports, anxiety is conventionally believed to affect performance negatively. Anxiety is a set of negative affective states associated with an inability to cope with stress placed on an individual by environmental demands. Researcher have found that elite and professional athletes are nurtured and schooled in the negative effects of anxiety and 'negative' emotional states on sport performance, and many athletes frequently... and regularly seek the help of sport psychologists for assistance...
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Freudian Theory of Anxiety
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...Anxiety Introduction Freud recognized the importance of anxiety by arguing that anxiety is a critical component of neurosis and distinguished between objective and neurotic anxiety. According to Freud, objective means the reaction that human beings have to external danger, injury that is expected while neurotic anxiety is free-floating, or something that is likely to hinder or impede actions. He also theorized on phobias, which are a form of anxiety that was not groundless but focused on one or more objects or situations as well as reasoning that anxiety was largely sexual in origin and the sexual impulses and thoughts were repressed and then transformed into symbolic... representation. The...
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Anxiety and Depression
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...anxiety and depression, but do not lay down any diagnostic protocols. They have not mentioned the role of social security system, need for a strong family network, role of police in allying any fears to life from antisocial elements. Thus the authors do not send across any meaningful message for readers of the journal. In summary, the authors have been effective in enumerating the number of different predisposing factors in depression, the list quoted seems reasonably exhaustive, the methodology is effective in analyzing the factors that they have set out to analyze, and the technique does appear fullproof, as it is an established procedure. However there are a number...
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Lived Experience of Anxiety
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...Anxiety Lived Experience of Anxiety Insert Insert Grade Insert February 23 Lived Experience of Anxiety 1. Introduction to the chosen topic Anxiety is a general state of bad feeling that results into fear, nervousness, apprehension, or worrying (MediLexicon International Ltd, 2012). Causes of anxiety can be divided into two broad categories as biological or environmental factors. The biological factors are regulation and deregulation in the brain chemistry, changes in the brain activity, genetic, or medical factors whereas the environmental factors include trauma, abuse, neglect or stress of different types (Calm Clinic, 2012). Chronic illnesses such as cancer... ?Running head: Lived Experience of Anxiety ...
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Social Anxiety Disorder
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...Anxiety Disorder Social anxiety disorder originally referred to as social phobia is a disorder wherethose affected suffer from excessive fear and anxiety of social situations for duration of more than six months. Those with this anxiety disorder have a constant fear of being watched, criticized or judged by those around them. According to the American Psychiatric Association, social anxiety disorder can be classified as a type of phobia which has a disruptive and a disabling effect on the lives of those affected. In the past, Psychologists believed that social anxiety disorder is only triggered by past traumatic events. This argument is clearly an over-simplification of the causes... of this...
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Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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...Anxiety Disorder General anxiety disorder is a type of anxiety disorder which includes prolonged tension and worry about everyday things. Everyone gets worried but if the person continues to worry unnecessarily about everyday things to the extent that his performance gets affected and he is unable to properly function and relax then he is surely a patient of general anxiety disorder. This anxiety is less intense as compared to other types of anxiety disorders but is long lasting and makes relaxation almost impossible for the patient. The patient of General Anxiety disorder generally worries about the things that a normal person would worry about like money, health issues, family issues... ? General...
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General Anxiety Dissorder
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...anxiety disorder (GAD) Introduction to GAD General anxiety disorder (GAD) is a type of anxiety disorder which is characterized by nervousness, tension and chronic anxiety. It was first identified as an independent disorder in 1980 and was characterized by “persistent anxiety and an unspeci?ed number of ancillary symptoms, such as apprehensive expectation and motor tension, which had to be present for at least 1 month” (Heiden et al., 2010, p. 58). Generally, people have reasons to feel worried. The reason for anxiety can be anything from unemployment to obesity and experience of racism. What differentiates between the normal state of anxiety and GAD is the fact that people suffering from GAD...
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Speech Anxiety Paper (communications)
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...Anxiety As my was called, my heart began pumpingblood into my ears and my head was so numb I couldn’t even feel if I had legs or not. Speaking in front of my class was the least of my worries at that point. My first concern was how should I get up to go to the stage? Because my brain wasn’t in a situation to give my body any commands. Does this situation strike a bell? I sure it does. Although it sounds like the sky is going to fall to your head and you will be reduced to mere dust, the problem isn’t so big. You have got a bad case of stage fright, or speech anxiety in scientific terms. This situation presents into our life whenever we are going to speak... . There are three types of stress....
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Treating anxiety disorder
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...ANXIETY DISORDER Introduction The client is a 35 year old ex-military officer who is undergoing alot of psychological problems from the memories of war in Iraq. Among of his biggest problems is panicking and poor inter-personal relationship. The client has not been in any relationship for the past five years and is currently not in any relationship with any woman. Potential Anxiolytic Medications for the Client One of the anxiolytic medications that can be administered to this client is benzodiazepines: It is applied in the treatment of social phobia, panicking conditions as well as generalized cases of anxiety. However, it has a variety of side effects that mostly occur due to prolonged use...
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