Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety Disorder: Post-traumatic stress, social anxiety and stress

Anxiety Disorder: Post-traumatic stress, social anxiety and stress – Starting from the point that feeling anxiety is something natural and as normal as feeling happy, angry or unpleasant, it is considered a disorder to suffer it too often. When experiencing it is not something occasional but something chronic and intense, help should be sought and treated accordingly.

We want to accompany you to understand yourself better, if you or someone you know suffers from any of the symptoms. With the right information you can get out of suspicions and do something about it:

Anxiety Disorder

Symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder

All or several of these signs may correspond to a picture of anxiety disorder:

  1. Nervousness, agitation or tension
  2. Feeling of imminent danger or threat
  3. fast heart rate
  4. hyperventilation
  5. sweating
  6. Shaking chills
  7. Fatigue or Weakness
  8. Lack of concentration
  9. Insomnia
  10. Stomach pain, diarrhea or vomiting
  11. Uncontrollable feeling of worry

Social anxiety


Among the known classes of anxiety, social phobia is the attribution of symptoms to social interaction. We are talking then about people who are afraid of relating to others and who feel panic at even the possibility of being humiliated or being the center of attention. This stress can manifest itself through excessive sweating, shortness of breath, and muscle tension.

Children are quite prone to this type of anxiety and we often see them taking refuge in their parents, throwing tantrums or refusing to speak.


Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

This type of anxiety disorder responds to an experience that caused a severe traumatic impression on the individual. It is recognized because any relationship, mention or memory of said experience is abnormally uncomfortable.

Although feeling afraid or having difficulty overcoming an event of this caliber is normal, when the symptoms are very prolonged and do not seem to cease over time, it is logical to think that it is PTSD or PTSD, for short. in English



Tips to reduce stress


These recommendations can be found in depth on the Psychological Guidance website

  1. Stop reporting
  2. You have to take care, not worry
  3. Do physical exercise
  4. Practice relaxation techniques
  5. Take care of the dream
  6. Socialize
  7. Take care of coexistence
  8. Rank your priorities
  9. Express your emotions
  10. Accept the situation you are living

Stress test


This test analyzes how much cortisol your body is generating at certain times. This hormone can cause problems directly related to your mental health, such as anxiety and its set of categories.

The result will tell you the period of the day in which your stress peaks are highest. Thus, you can take different actions to reduce – and even disappear – stress and therefore anxious episodes.

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