Anxiety disorder, also known as anxiety neurosis, is the most common of the major types of neurosis, characterized by anxiety experience.
It can be divided into chronic anxiety, i.e. generalized anxiety and acute anxiety, i.e. panic attack.
The main manifestations are: excessive anxiety and worry, restlessness, as well as plant neurological dysfunction symptoms, such as palpitations, hand tremble, sweatiness, and frequent micturition.
Be careful to distinguish between normal anxiety, which can be pathological if the severity of anxiety is manifestly inconsistent with objective facts or situations, or if it lasts too long.