Generalized anxiety disorder is a common anxiety
that involves worrying, nervousness, and tension.
You may worry about the same things that people do:
health issue, money or family problem.
Ongoing anxiety that interferes with day-to-day
activities may be a sign of generalized anxiety
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Worry about specific event, such as
school exam, work deadline
Constant, chronic and unsubstantiated
worry causing, such as stress or social
Able to control your worrying.
Your worrying is uncontrollable.
Your worries, while unpleasant, don’t
cause significant distress.
Extremely upsetting and stressful
Constant worries running through your mind
Always feel your anxiety is uncontrollable or there
are no solutions
Intrusive thought about things that make you anxious;
try to avoid but you can’t.
Worry about future or what happened in futures.
Inability to relax or enjoy quite time
Difficulty concentrating or focusing on things
Putting things off because you feel overwhelmed
Avoiding situations that make you anxious
Feeling tense; having muscle tightness or body aches
Sleeping problem or stay asleep because your mind
Feeling edgy, restless or tide
Stomach problems, nausea, diarrhea
Self-monitoring, relaxation training and other
techniques include in common strategies
Focus on controlling worry.
Use medicine under registered medical perception
Changes in diet and nutrition.
Use relaxation strategies.
Learning new problem solving strategies.
Join support groups.
Overcoming Agoraphobia & Extreme Anxiety Disorders
By Tim O’Lawler