We know that the causes of anxiety disorders are different, generally not caused by a single factor, but the causes are basically related to things in life, too much life pressure and anxiety thinking is the main cause of anxiety disorders.
Anxiety disorders can be treated through drugs and psychology, understanding the type of anxiety disorders is the premise of treatment, today, we will understand the type of anxiety disorders, anxiety disorders generally divided into the following six types:
1. Panic Disorder
The typical symptom is a panic attack, in which the patient suddenly begins to feel nervous, afraid and anxious without warning. It may be accompanied by sweating, chest pain, palpitations or a feeling of suffocation, and usually disappears suddenly after 10 to 30 minutes.
People will have a persistent and intense fear of certain things or situations, although they know they are overreacting, but it is still difficult to control, common phobias include: claustrophobia, trypophobia, clownophobia, fear of heights.
3. Social Anxiety Disorder
People will excessively worry about their interpersonal relationship, care about the eyes of others, afraid of being laughed at, thus causing huge pressure on themselves, and they often choose to avoid social behavior.
4. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
People will worry too much about some things, or nervous situation, which often cause sleep disorders, headache, palpitations and other symptoms, but they often do not think there is this situation, so the diagnosis is difficult.
People with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) tend to use repetitive behaviors to reduce their anxiety, which may be caused by phobias or excessive worry about something. For example, washing your hands repeatedly because you are so afraid of germs.
6.Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
After a major trauma, people still have a shadow over certain situations, such as severe injury, sexual assault, accidental death of a loved one, witnessing death, or experiencing a near-death experience. It can be a pathological feeling of fear and helplessness, as well as withdrawal or emotional numbness.