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  • Anxiety Is Common In Older Adults, But Usually Not Properly Diagnosed

    Anxiety Is Common In Older Adults, But Usually Not Properly Diagnosed    This Is Because Healthcare Providers To Not Have The Training To Identify This Condition    Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in older adults. It includes social anxiety disorder, phobias, panic disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder. One of the symptoms is an irrational fear, a sensation that something bad is going to happen, and a sensation of worry that escapes control. Other symptoms of anxiety are hoarding, insomnia, irritability, and several types of physical distress, such as dizziness or muscle tension. However, anxiety is usually overlooked in older adults because…

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  • Personal Relationships May Benefit From A Dose Of Anxiety

    Personal Relationships May Benefit From A Dose Of Anxiety    It Helps Understand Other Peoples’ Feelings And Experiences    Some people believe that anxiety can have a positive effect on relationships. Even though people tend to eliminate anxiety through breathing exercises, yoga, mindset, or medication, the truth is that anxiety is part of the modern way of life. Therefore, anxiety must not be a weakness but a strength, which is especially true in the case of relationship anxiety. The reason is that anxiety can help us understand the feelings of other people and can also help to process our own anxious feelings. For example,…

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  • Untreated Anxiety Can Result In Sudden Anger

    Untreated Anxiety Can Result In Sudden Anger    It Is Caused By A Perception Of Threat, Real Or Imaginary    Anxiety, if untreated, can result in anger outbursts. This possibility depends on the type of anxiety. The most common is generalized anxiety disorder in which there is an inclination to worry about common day-to-day problems. Another is a panic disorder, in which anxiety has physical effects on the body, such as excess sweating, fast heartbeat, and shortness of breath. Additionally, there is obsessive-compulsive disorder, in which the patient performs repetitive actions with no reasonable cause, and social anxiety disorder, in which there is an…

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