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Life in the fast lane just got dangerous
2009-04-23 16:41:00
Our changing lifestyle is giving rise to a series of ailments that generations ago would have been exceptions, rather than current rulesIn the mid-20th Century the term 'lifestyle disease' often referred to Asbestosis, Syphilis and other nasty ailments that, more often than not, resulted in a slow and painful death.But in the 21st Century, the term has come to define illnesses and syndromes associated with, and caused by, the modern workplace and its myriad of practices.The warnings are everywhere, yet the rat race is claiming lives in ways that linger just under the medical radar, and that's what makes them all the more dangerous.Read on as city doctors take you on a trip into the medical labyrinth of our modern day diseases?all linked to the way we live.Hypertension/ High blood pressureThis is the big daddy of them all, and has struck more people, the world over, than any other disease in its class. Obesity, too, is a contributing factor. High blood pressure can affect all kind...
Anxiety Disorder And Our Precious Children
2008-04-23 10:54:00
People tend to assume that children are carefree and that childhood is the best time of their lives. We sometimes think that they have no reason to fret. Unfortunately, this is not always the case in todays modern world and cases of anxiety disorder in children are on the rise.
Anxiety Disorder And Our Precious Children
2008-04-23 10:54:00
People tend to assume that children are carefree and that childhood is the best time of their lives. We sometimes think that they have no reason to fret. Unfortunately, this is not always the case in todays modern world and cases of anxiety disorder in children are on the rise.
What Is Social Anxiety Disorder?
2008-04-03 07:00:00
When an individual has a social anxiety disorder or social phobia, everyday situations can become so overwhelming. These state of emotion can become intense and can vary from one individual to another. Individuals can fear different types of situations that have anxiety disorders. Those that have social anxiety disorders may have some of these ...
What One Should Know About Anxiety Disorder Treatments
2008-03-12 11:47:00
Today you will find that there are several different types of anxiety disorder treatments which can help to provide relief from the symptoms associated with them. The most commonly used is the ones that are prescribes by a person's doctor, but there are also some natural ones that can be used as well. Often a doctor who is treating a person for any kind of anxiety disorder will not only prescribe medication but will arrange for them to undergo a course of therapy as well.
Anxiety Disorder
2008-02-06 00:00:00
Are you anxious? Is your anxiety excessive, unpredictable, difficult to control, and long-lasting? This natural treatment formula contains a large number of components that are proven to assist in the natural treatment of anxiety disorder and to relieve general nervousness as well. Powerful botanicals are included which serve to ease angst and tension, as well ...
Generalized Anxiety Disorder Symptoms
2008-01-31 11:33:00
The disorder presents itself through both physical and psychological symptoms. People with generalized anxiety disorder often find that the worries interfere with their ability to work or concentrate. Physical symptoms include rapid heartbeat, fast breathing, disturbed sleep, muscle aches, tightness of chest, and easy fatigability experienced continuously for at ...
Anxiety Disorder Facts
2008-01-28 09:53:00
Not everyone gets anxious about the same thing, a problem at work for example is something that many people could just brush off but for others it will sit in their mind and cause so much anxiety that they may never be able to go back to work again.
Homosexual Anxiety Disorder
2007-12-15 13:03:00
I have posted about Homosexual Obsessive Compulsive Disorder in the past. Although not a formal diagnosis in psychology, there are a growing number of straight men who suffer from this disorder.I found an excellent resource outlining it at AnxietyObsessive-Compulsive Disorder Takes Many FormsObsessive-compulsivedisord-er involves intrusive thoughts that are unwanted and distressing tothe individual. Sometimes these thoughts take the form of persistent notionsabout having a different sexual orientation. For example, a person who has hadmany years of satisfied, opposite sex relationships might suddenly start toworry that he or she is actually homosexual. Some people who have thismanifestation of OCD have taken to calling this "HOCD" or "Homosexual OCD."HOCD is not a scientific term, but has evolved out of the OCD community as a wayto describe the distress caused by anxieties over unwanted thoughts about beinggay.Clinicians, educators...
40,000 local kids suffer from anxiety disorder
2007-11-28 16:41:00
This really sounds bad. 40,000 local kids suffer from anxiety disorder and in the city of Metro Vancouver alone. More seriously, 80% of the children suffer in silence and may carry the anxiety disorder condition into adult where treatment may be more difficult.
Finding Help for Anxiety Disorders
2007-10-24 14:02:00
Finding Help for Anxiety Disorders Anxiety disorder can be very difficult to understand and treat. However, with a bit of help, you can truly overcome any type of anxiety disorder you may have. While it might be impossible for you to fully ?cure? anxiety disorders like post-traumatic stress disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, or phobias, you can learn how to ...
2007-10-19 18:15:00
The DSM-IV identifies the principle characteristic of generalized anxiety disorder as excessive anxiety and worry, usually, over a period of greater than 6 months. The concerns are considered to be far out of proportion to reality. The anxiety is accompanied by at least three of the following symptoms: restlessness, easy fatiguability, difficulty concentrating, muscle tension, ...
Treatment for Anxiety Disorders
2007-10-17 07:47:00
Most people have a mental condition brought about by worry causing extreme nervousness, in a condition that a doctor defined as traumatic neurosis which in some aspects disable human from performing ordinary manual labor, in which twenty-five percent permanent partial disability to his/her body as a whole.Treatments and Preventions:If your suffering from anxiety disorders in can be treated with cognitive-behavioral therapy which is typically are to identify assumptions, irrational or maladaptive thoughts and beliefs that are related to impairing the strength of negative emotions and to identify how they are inaccurate, impaired in function, or simply not helpful. This is therapy is very effective and done in an way to reject the distorted cognitions and replacing them with more realistic and self-helping alternatives. Also after it can be treated follow by medications. Here's one example of medicines that can treat anxiety disorders.What is Fluoxetine?Fluoxetine is a prescription m...
Teen Anxiety Disorder
2007-10-14 23:03:00
Anxiety is a physiological state, mainly characterized by emotional, and behavioral symptoms. All teens experience anxiety, but it can reach a disabling stage, causing much distress and anguish....
Anxiety Disorders: An Introduction to Clinical Management and Research
2007-10-11 18:55:00
Review “…an excellent review and update of current knowledge on anxiety disorders…” (Journal of Clinical Psychology, January 2003) Book Description This book will be a practical textbook based on the courses held for the European Certificate in Anxiety and Mood Disorders. The Certificate is an international post graduate programme in the field of affective disorders and the course ...
What are Anxiety Disorders?
2007-10-10 14:19:00
Anxiety Disorders: What are They and do I have One? There are a number of stressful medical conditions affecting Americans, but one of the broadest topics is anxiety disorders. Millions suffer from anxiety disorders to some degree or another, and the specific disorders vary greatly from person to person. Anxiety orders grow progressively worse without treatment, so if you ...
Generalized Anxiety Disorder - GAD
2007-10-09 14:06:00
Everybody worries from time to time, but if your worrying extends to interrupt your daily life and cause debilitating anxiety, you may have Generalized Anxiety Disorder, or GAD. While people with GAD may start out by worrying about simple things, this disorder can easily take over a person?s life and cause other medical problems. If you think that you ...
Separation Anxiety Disorder
2007-09-26 21:16:00
About my recent released, I did find that most of my clients didn?t know how about anxiety disorder, here I find appropriate way for Developmentally inappropriate and excessive anxiety concerning separation from home or from those to whom the individual is attached, as evidenced by three (or more) of the following Recurrent excessive distress when separation from home or major attachment figures occurs or is anticipated.Persistent and excessive worry about losing, or possible harm befalling, major attachment figures. Persistent and excessive worry that an unexpected event will lead to separation from a major attachment figure (e.g. getting lost or being kidnapped). Persistent reluctance or refusal to go to school or elsewhere because of fear of separation.Persistently and excessively fearful or reluctant to be alone or without major attachment figures at home or without significant adults in other settings.Persistent reluctance or refusal to go to sleep without being near a m...
Generalized Anxiety Disorder - What Causes the Disorder?
2007-09-14 16:10:00
In psychological parlance, anxiety is a mental response to an unknown, internal, vague, or conflictual threat which is felt, but hard to define. An event may be perceived as a threat, depending on the nature of the event and on the assets, defences, and the coping mechanisms of the individual ...
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
2007-09-11 07:58:00
Millions of people living on this planet make our wonderful habitat so riveting. All these humans are so much alike, yet so different from each other! Their bodies vary in shape and size and colour, and so do their minds, in their productivities, disposition, and coping abilities. Some ...
Unknown to Va. Tech, Cho Had Anxiety Disorder
2007-08-27 17:33:00
The sad thing about Cho, is that his problem was well beyond the ability of the school and mental health system had with which to cope. Even though Cho appeared to have been pretty well served by the high school in their special ed program, there were deeper seated problems than just an anxiety disorder. Could a similar support program in college headed off the massacre? Possibly. But it also may not have. He was destined to have a melt down at some point. The only question was how much collateral damage there would be. Fairfax County school officials determined that Seung Hui Cho suffered from an anxiety disorder so severe that they put him in special education and devised a plan to help, according to sources familiar with his history, but Virginia Tech was never told of the problem. The disorder made Cho unable to speak in social settings and was deemed an emotional disability, the sources said. When he stopped getting the help that Fairfax was providing, C...
Twelve Steps to Say Goodbye to Anxiety Disorder and Panic Attacks
2007-08-23 00:00:00
Are you worrying too much? Are you feeling like a crying baby? Do you want to get rid of your anxiety disorder and panic attacks? Here are some simple steps to do so. First you must recognize that you are victim of anxiety disorder and want to ...
Panic Attacks and Anxiety Disorder Program: Joe Barry?s Panic Away (Review)
2007-08-20 00:00:00
Hello Long time but I am checking one program on internet which can help to reduce Panic Attacks and Anxiety Disorder. I was surfing few days ago on net and find one program which can help in reducing panic attacks. First I just reject ...
The Treatment of Anxiety Disorders
2007-08-17 02:16:00
The information to follow will largely be devoted to Psychopharmacology, the treatment of anxiety/panic, or anxiety/panic co-existing with depression by means of Pharmacology (medication treatment).No treatment option (pharmacological or otherwise) will provide a total cure. Medication and psychotherapy can be useful tools, but ultimately, there is no known cure for acute anxiety disorders. Ideally, therapeutic treatment options should be used as tools only. Ultimately, only you can address and resolve your own issues, and work them out in your own unique way. This blog is one of many methods that can be utilized to help alter your thought pattern by providing a creative outlet. My own personal creative outlet is drag racing, which has helped me to overcome my driving phobia.As stated earlier, it is crucial that the dominating disorder be differentiated against any secondary disorder, and treated. When anxiety/panic does not occur in isolation, such as when there is a secondary comp...
Part II - Anxiety Disorders Revealed
2007-08-16 03:30:00
This post is a continuum to that of the one titled: Part I – Anxiety Disorders Revealed. The initial posting contains the more commonly encountered anxiety disorders, sorted by their DSM-IV classifications. However, they are not comprehensive by any means, and many folks presenting with acute anxiety states will do so atypically. Some will also present with other psychiatric manifestations, generally depression, which may co-exist secondary to the dominating disorder (an acute anxiety state).For the proper treatment to be implemented by the physician, he must possess the ability to differentiate between the dominant disorder, and any secondary disorders that may be present. Treating the dominating disorder will also treat the secondary disorder in the vast majority of cases. However, this does not always hold true (particularly if some physiological component is involved), and responses to medication are largely individualized. In a future post titled “the treatment of anxiety d...
Part I - Anxiety Disorders Revealed
2007-08-16 00:02:00
What exactly IS anxiety, you may ask? By definition, anxiety is the unusual and overwhelming sensation of apprehension and fear, generally marked by physiological signs and symptoms.In the “normal” person, anxiety is a functional part of life, and is very common. Ideally, anxiety is only triggered at appropriate intervals – intervals of acute fear or danger (ex: swerving to avoid an accident, slamming the brakes to avoid a deer in the road), and other defensive acts or threats that occur abruptly. Anxiety triggers the body’s “fight or flight” response, which is responsible for the release of Endogenous Catecholamines (Adrenaline reserves). The anxiety is typically short in duration (varying from a fraction of a second, to several minutes depending on the circumstances). Adrenaline is both a stimulant and potent vasoconstrictor, affecting various organ systems, namely the autonomic and sympathetic nervous system(s). Heart rate and blood pressure are increased, the respira...
Can Strep Bring On an Anxiety Disorder?
2007-08-10 16:39:00
Looking back, Denise Watkins is convinced a sore throat disabled her son one year ago. His bizarre obsessions emerged not long after, first the constant nightmares about snakes and alligators, then the relentless hand washing that left his skin raw and chapped.Mrs. Watkins, who lives in Lakeland, Fla., was told that her son, Will, had ...
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
2007-08-08 19:06:00
GAD is characterized by excessive, exaggerated anxiety and worry about everyday life events. People with GAD tend to always expect disaster and can’t stop worrying about health, money, family, work or school. In people with GAD, the worry often is unrealistic or out of proportion for the situation. Daily life becomes ...
Do you suffer from Boring Blog Syndrome & Blogging Anxiety Disorder?
2007-05-28 17:58:00
Does your blog suffer from BBS: Boring Blog Syndrome? Do you classify your blog as COOL: Constipated Overweighted Out-of-style Loser? Do you bore your reader to tears with your blog design even before they've had a chance to read your brilliant words?Do you suffer from Blogging Anxiety Disorder? Do you constantly feel that you are being judged by other bloggers? Does your fear of embarrassment or humiliation keep you from blogging? Do you experience any physical symptoms such as nausea, trembling, dry mouth, or fatigue from looking at your blog design? Do you sometimes drink so that your blog design will look better? Does your anxiety about your blog design interfere with your normal routine, functioning at work or school? Does your anxiety about your blog design keep you from joining blog communities?If you have answered yes to any of these questions then you need a Temptation Designs makeover. Now is the time to get your blog into that colorful and fresh new design that you've b...
Generalized anxiety disorder symptoms
2007-05-14 15:56:00
A lot of us have some kind of worries in our lives at some of time which we do not spent a large amount of wasted time in pondering over them. However, there are others whoconstantly worry over anything and everything may be suffering from GAD otherwise known as Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Along with ...
NCP Generalized Anxiety Disorder
2007-05-14 10:20:00
DSM-IV 300.02 Generalized anxiety disorder Although some degree of anxiety is normal in life’s stresses, anxiety can be adaptive or maladaptive. Problems arise when the client has coping mechanisms that are inadequate to deal with the danger, which may be recognized or unrecognized. The essential feature of this inadequacy is unrealistic or excessive anxiety and worries about life circumstances. Anxiety disorders are the most common of all major groups of mental disorders in the United States, sharing comorbidity with major depression and substance abuse, increasing the client’s risk of suicide. ETIOLOGICAL THEORIES Psychodynamics The Freudian view involves conflict between demands of the id and superego, with the ego serving as mediator. Anxiety occurs when the ego is not strong enough to resolve the conflict. Sullivanian theory states that fear of disapproval from the mothering figure is the basis for anxiety. Conditional love results in a fragile ego and lack of self-con...
I want to be healthy I have anxiety disorder
2007-04-14 02:34:00
Christine Scheiner Request Dear God: Pray for Me. I have been recently hospitalzied for anxiety and depression. Due to that stay, I lost my job. I can no longer collect unemployment due to the disorder. I dont know where to turn. I am seeing a psychiatrist and taking medication. The side effects are ...
Anxiety Disorders Go Untreated - So What Can You Do?
2007-03-07 14:00:00
A recent news story highlighted a startling fact: 41% of patients with anxiety disorders are going untreated. Anxiety and stress related disorders are becoming increasingly common in our high pressure modern world so it is more important than ever for research to be done into this area. Mitamins_Custom_Made_Supplement-s
Social Anxiety Disorder Organizations
2007-02-28 02:22:00
This is a useful site with some interesting articles on Social Anxiety Disorder it out.Len.
How to control social anxiety disorder
2007-02-27 23:01:00
How to control social anxiety disorder is a common question amongst sufferers and their friends.The first step is to contact a medical doctor or other suitably qualified medical professional. (Please note I am not a medical professional and anything you read herein is not to be taken as a substitute for professional medical advice as how to control social anxiety disorder) Doctor's have a variety of effective treatments available to them. Treatment is patient dependant and can take the form of prescribed medication or a particular form of short term psychotherapy known as cognitive behavoural therapy. In some cases a combination of both is prescribed. A medical professional will assess the severity of a patients symptoms and make a clinical decision as how to control social anxiety disorder within a patient. The specific course of treatment will depend on the symptoms reported by a patient and their severity. The good news is that the condition is treatable and treatment / therapy ...
How to help someone with social anxiety disorder - panic attacks
2007-02-25 13:04:00
How to help someone with social anxiety disorder is a question often asked. In my post here I will provide some suggestions. Assuming you have identified anxiety symptoms in a friend or colleague you can provide enormous support and assistance. If you have access to professional advice I recommend you consult with them on how best to proceed. If this is not possible you can try the following. Firstly, have a candid discussion at a suitable time and place with the person and express your concern about their well being. It may take some prompting to get the person to engage in the conversation with you. The problem with social anxiety disorder is that it often brings with it feelings of guilt, shame and low self esteem. Assure the person that it is out of genuine concern and a wish to help that you are having this conversation. It is important that you are sympathetic and understanding. Pick your words carefully. Don't make the person feel any more self concious or anxious than they ...
Anxiety Disorders
2006-09-26 23:09:06
“Anxiety disorders are often caused by underlying medical conditions such as asthma and diabetes.” [source]
Acquires Rights to Rufinamide in Anxiety Disorders and Bipolar Mood Disorde
1970-01-01 00:59:00
Synosia Therapeutics today announced that it has signed an exclusive, worldwide licensing agreement (outside of Japan) with Novartis Pharma AG to develop and commercialise rufinamide for the treatment of anxiety disorders and bipolar mood disorders. This is the second licensing deal with a leading pharmaceutical company announced by Synosia Therapeutics, formerly known as Synosis Therapeutics, since the beginning of the year and represents another major milestone for the company. Using an innovative development approach, Synosia is set to become a leading partner of pharmaceutical and biotech companies in the development of new treatments for disorders of the central nervous system (CNS).
Cary, Illinois - Anxiety Disorders in Long Term Care - The Role of Psychoth
1970-01-01 00:59:00
Anyone in northern Illinois experienced in long term care management knows that everyone feels anxious and under stress from time to time. Situations such as conflict-l
What Is Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)?
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Generalized anxiety disorder affects around 3% to 4% of the population. It keeps you in a worried state and makes a persons depressed about life. It does not stop a person from living their lives normally, or is it a panic attack. It affects they way you think. It stops a person from deciding on ...
Tips On Dealing With Severe Anxiety Disorder
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Almost everyone experiences some sort of anxiety during their life. Its normal to feel anxious especially over serious matters. However when a person becomes anxious over small things, or non existing factors, it is known as anxiety Disorder. This is a well known mental disorder / illness. Some doctors may sometimes diagnose anxiety disorder as ...
How To Diagnose Anxiety Disorder
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anxiety disorder affects more people than you think. Millions of people suffer from anxiety disorders however the majority of them keep in to themselves. That’s why it’s important for more people to learn what it is so they can help their friends and family. The best thing you can do is find a good experience doctor ...
Understand Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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Man is subjected to various tensions and worries in his everyday life The stress that modern man suffers is beyond his control
What Is Social Anxiety Disorder?
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When an individual has a social anxiety disorder or social phobia, everyday situations can become so overwhelming. These state of emotion can become intense and can vary from one individual to another.
Social Anxiety Disorder And Starting A New Job Three Things You Can Do To
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Are you starting a new job and have an anxiety disorder If you have social anxiety, you may be concerned about fitting in with your new co workers
Social Anxiety Disorder Three Things You Can Do To Start Your New Job Easil
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Are you starting a new job and have an anxiety disorder If you have social anxiety, you may be concerned about fitting in with your new co workers
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