There are many types of mental health issues categorized as Anxiety Disorders.
A partial list includes”
- Generalized anxiety disoders (GAD)
- Social phobia including Agoraphobia and Claustrophobia
- Panic Attack
- Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
- Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Untreated, anxiety disorders can result in depression that may significantly affect our ability to live healthy, productive lives.
Generally people that suffer from anxiety disorder also experience depression or other mental health issues. Research shows that anxiety and depression almost always exist together although it is not yet clear as to the exact relationship.
Anxiety Disorders and other related mental health problems affect many of us. Symptoms may be identified throughout various stages of one’s life. Once symptoms are recognized, professional help and treatment is the best way to assure relief and recovery.
Those who suffer from, or have loved ones who suffer from anxiety disorders or other mental health problems should not hesitate to seek help from the extensive network of supporting professionals that are available in your area.