Anxiety is an emotion often called a “secondary emotion.” A normal reaction to stress, worried thoughts, physical tension, dread and uneasiness characterize it. Temporary anxiety may provide a boost of energy or enhance focus. For people with anxiety disorders, however, worried thoughts aren’t temporary and may interfere with everyday life.
Common anxiety disorders include generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorders, social anxiety disorder and phobias. Generalized anxiety and phobias are more common in women. Social anxiety affects women and men equally. These conditions may impact physical and mental health and interfere with work or your quality of life.
Treatment options primarily include talk therapy, anti-anxiety medications and certain antidepressants. Other treatment options can include group therapy and stress-management techniques such as exercise, mindfulness practices and meditation.
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