Author: Karen Larsen

Millions Have Social Anxiety Disorder And Don’t Know It

If you’ve ever found yourself filled with such anxiety that you can’t function you may have SAD or social anxiety disorder. It could be triggered by having to speak at a public event. Or any situation where you have to appear in front of a group of people. Or it could be triggered by a simple trip to the mall. No matter the cause, millions of people suffer from SAD, mostly in silence. Social anxiety is the abnormal, excessive, and unreasonable fear of common social interactions. It is the anxiety of being judged by others. Social anxiety is a...

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Coping With Anxiety

If you are depressed or anxious about your job, your home, your relationships, your life – you may be suffering from anxiety. Additionally, if you have trouble sleeping, find it difficult to focus, or find yourself becoming upset and agitated at the smallest things, it may be time to seek a diagnosis for your problem. Anxiety disorder is a chronic, physiological condition characterized by an excessive and persistent sense of apprehension or trepidation. It physically manifests itself in ways as varied as – dry mouth, frequent urination, nausea, heart palpitations, stuttering, trouble falling asleep, extreme shyness, and more. Emotionally,...

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