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  • Answer: You can not know about anxiety and not know it. But you will know if you have anxiety if you know about it. If you do you will have stomach pains, nausea, chest pain, shortness of breath and heart palpitations.
  • Answer: The worst kind
  • Answer: Anxiety can be treated with medications to help you to live anormal life. You can ask your doctor about treating your anxiety.
  • Answer: 1.difficulty in getting breath or over breathing

    2.skipping or racing of the heart

    3.sensation of rubbery or 'jelly legs'

    4.bouts of excessive sweating

    5.smothering or choking sensation

    6.lump in throat (which i have on one side of my neck)

    7.feeling that surroundings are strange, unreal, foggy, or detached

    8.avoiding situations because they frighten you
  • Answer: Anxiety is a stage wherein your physiological self enters and it may affect certain parts of your mind and being. As a result, a person faces several feelings such as intense worry, anger and even fear.
  • Answer: normal anxiety is a natural emotion or feeling that everybody gets. its kind of like a nutural response to something bad. i can explain as the feeling you get just before you have a job interview, or you now something painful is coming your way.

    but anxiety can start to arriving more often, strong, on mild situations and sometimes completely un-provoked. this is an anxiety disorder. the answer to what are the symptoms of anxiety: make you feel nervous, unable to feel secure or confortable in your own skin, panicky, scared... if it progresses to get worse it may cause you to shake, flush, palpitate, feel like you cant get your breath, fear rushing through every nerve in your body, feel like your going to die or something is seriously wrong, and tight chest. this is known as an anxiety attack or panic attack. anxiety disorders are extremly frightening and undescribably terrible things to go through so if you think you may have one, remember your not alone, your not going insane, the worse that can happen in an attack is that you faint, and most of all (no matter how bad it is) it wont last forever.
  • Answer: Certain anxiety disorders such as agoraphobia and panic disorder as well as PTSD can lead to complete diability and the the person can qualify for Social Security Disablity.

    That being said, it is only a disability if you allow it to become one or if it inviolved an extreme trauma. There are lots of medications that can help, tho most psychotherapy is not very usefu-it is usually CBT therapy which most often does not help with anxiety disorders, nor does a freudian approach help...you are better off ording some good books about it and seeing a psychiatrist for medications.

    Anxiety like diabeties can be very well managed and you can live a fairly normal and fuctional life in spite of it. :)
  • Answer: The answer is not what...but WHO. The sufferer of anxiety creates their own anxiety, through irrational thinking and irrational fears. Basically anxiety is your imagination on overtime and then your body reacts as if its having REAL FEAR (such as confronting a wild man eating tiger in the jungle-that would be REAL FEAR) which in the fraction of a second prepares your body to flight, flight or evade. These are the uncomfortable sensations your expereince during an anxiety attack. In a REAL FEAR situation the sensations would not last as you would be busy running away from the man eating tiger, or fighting it. With Imaginary fear, your body responds but has no outlet for the increased adreninine thus leading to the horribly uncomfortable symptoms of anxiety which can turn into a disorder.
    People can be genetically predisposed to anxiety disorders, or have had some horrible trauma in their lifes that they did not move past, or even chronic stress and hormone imbalances can lead to anxiety. But it is the PERSON WITH it, who propogates its and feeds the anxiety monster with chronic "what if-ing" and imagination gone arwy.
  • Answer: Anxiety is a psychological and physiological state characterized by cognitive, somatic, emotional, and behavioral componentsThese components combine to create an unpleasant feeling that is typically associated with uneasiness, fear, or worry.Anxiety is a generalized mood condition that occurs without an identifiable triggering stimulus. As such, it is distinguished from fear, which occurs in the presence of an observed threat. Additionally, fear is related to the specific behaviors of escape and avoidance, whereas anxiety is the result of threats that are perceived to be uncontrollable or unavoidable.
  • Answer: It depends on the person. I have had GAD since I was 6 years old and when I get extremely anxious I get diahrrhea. Most people have to go to the bathroom (in some way) when they get nervous. Nothing to be worried about.
  • Answer: According to drugs.com Amoxicillan can cause the following central nervous system side effects: Reversible hyperactivity, agitation, anxiety, insomnia, confusion, convulsions, behavioral changes, and/or dizziness have been reported rarely
  • Answer: Valium or Anxiolytic (same thing)

What anti-anxiety drug has helped someone get rid of dizziness due to anxiety disorder?

  • 1. The anxiolytic medicine ALPRAZOLAM is effective in the treatment of symptoms of Anxiety Disorder. 2. Anxiety: Painful apprehensive uneasiness of mind usually over impending anticipating ill.It can b felt under diff.cond.;when alone after eating/drinking wid other physical n mental complains abt financial/bznss matter/in a particular environment. Common in Yng adlts Psychological Factors:As a result of failure :A fear Response Clinical Manifestations:Referable 2 N.Sys imbal n commonly include palpitations,shortness of breathlessness,dryness of mouth,heaviness of head,giddiness n blurring of vision,xcessive sweating particularly in palm and soles Psychological Manifestations:Irritability n a morbid fear as if something dreadful is going happen. Management: Hospitalisation-acute anxiety. Anxiolytics Yoga and meditation Homoeopathic Medicines: Aur,Aur,Bry,Calc,Merc.c,Puls,Veratrum alb,Phos It can be managed by having proper homoeopathic treatment log on 2 -All

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  • Answer: 1. The anxiolytic medicine ALPRAZOLAM is effective in the treatment of symptoms of Anxiety Disorder. 2. Anxiety: Painful apprehensive uneasiness of mind usually over impending anticipating ill.It can b felt under diff.cond.;when alone after eating/drinking wid other physical n mental complains abt financial/bznss matter/in a particular environment. Common in Yng adlts Psychological Factors:As a result of failure :A fear Response Clinical Manifestations:Referable 2 N.Sys imbal n commonly include palpitations,shortness of breathlessness,dryness of mouth,heaviness of head,giddiness n blurring of vision,xcessive sweating particularly in palm and soles Psychological Manifestations:Irritability n a morbid fear as if something dreadful is going happen. Management: Hospitalisation-acute anxiety. Anxiolytics Yoga and meditation Homoeopathic Medicines: Aur,Aur,Bry,Calc,Merc.c,Puls,Veratrum alb,Phos It can be managed by having proper homoeopathic treatment log on 2 -All
  • Answer: The likely answer is that the person is suffering from some form of a post traumatic stress reaction. It might be Post Traumatic Stress Disorder itself, or a milder form. This depends largely on the severity of symptoms.
  • Answer: Yes there are natural ways to treat anything. Everything is curable, even Cancer.

    I recommend reading "Cancer is not a disease, it is a survival mechanism" By Andras Moritz.


    It will open your eyes and you will see the world in a different way.
  • Answer: There are psychiatric service dogs for several mental disorders including anxiety. Please check the website for the International Association of Assistance Dog Partners (IAADP) for a list of tasks that a psychiatric service dog can perform.
  • Answer: There are basically two ways you can have anxiety with bipolar disorder. First, it can be a symptom of the bipolar disorder itself. Secondly, you can have a separate anxiety condition in addition to bipolar disorder. In medical lingo, that is called a "co-morbid" condition (in case you run across that term). It means both conditions are present, and thus implies that anxiety is a separate condition, not coming from the bipolar disorder itself.These two ways of looking at anxiety have substantial implications. If the symptoms are coming from bipolar disorder itself, then they should get better when the bipolar disorder gets better. But if they are coming from a separate condition, they could persist even when the bipolar disorder improves. For more, see the link below.
  • Answer: Okay there can be two answers for this question.Yes and no. The reason being is because everybody is different, and everybody is put through different situations. Depending on how well you can handle a certain situation depends on how well your body can avoid having a panic attack. Basically, everybody has a panic attack maybe only once in their lifetime or more but remember that depending on the situation, it all has to do with how they deal with it. :D
  • Answer: machanism of antianxiety drug
  • Answer: Anti-anxiety drugs are CNS depressants. What happens with these types of drugs is that heart rate decreases, BP decreases consequently respiration decrease as well, and If a patient has a problem or history of asthma or any airway disease this medication could cause respiratory depression.
  • Answer: Probably not; while being used as an antidepressant in individuals with depression or bipolar disorder, those not having a mood disorder would see little effect on mood. It would be more likely that the person would instead experience heart palpitations than any effect of euphoria.
  • Answer: This is a good question to ask your local pharmacist who is usually happy to answer such questions. What I know is that both anti-anxiety medications and alcohol can h lead to depression symptoms and since anxiety is often the flip-side of depression it does not make a lot of sense to drink while taking this medication. That actually can be said for most medications, alcohol can interfere with the effectiveness of medications ie. anti-depressants. It is also possible that drinking, because its immediate effect is, for some people ,to act like a mood elevator( a blocker of awareness to negative emotions) can escalate to a at risk level when a person is anxioius. The person finds the immediate pay-offs pleasant, does not care about the long range effects, and can substitute good self-care and medical follow-up, with self-medicating with alcohol and drugs. A small amount of alcohol ,as a beverage I think (ask pharmacist) is unlikely to be a problem, even a de-stressor. The Addiction Research Foundation in Canada has safe drinking guidelines which i think are about 1-2 drinks about three times per week. I hope you are feeling better.
  • Answer: Yes, because honesty is the best policy. And a relationship builton lies, is not trustworthy. And will end super fast. So at leasttell her your problems before you start dating so she can knoweverything.
  • Answer: Yes anxiety is very common and even inevitable in those who abuse alcohol and or drugs.