Types of Anxieties and ways to deal with it.
Anxieties is an emotion shown by feelings of tension, anxious of thoughts, and changes in physical or emotional. Anxiety feeling is far different from an anxiety disorder. Since then, anxiety sets as our alarm. In fact, this alarm is noticeable in the form of a fast heartbeat and sweating.
Anxiety Is Vital
Anxieties becomes essential for our survival. For example, the fear of losing a job. It means that a person will ready to look both ways to avoid problems in the company where he or she is working. Therefore, simple feeling of anxious in normal and vital.
Anxiety as a Disorder
While normal anxieties turns to disorder, it can truly affect a person’s personalities and daily activities. Anxiety disorder have Five types: Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder, Social Phobia, Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress.
- Generalized Anxiety Disorder- means a person is exaggerated about many things with no obvious reasons for being anxious at all. They tend to expect negative things to happen in every situation and cannot stop from worrying about it. Example, anxious about money, food, health, and relationships.
- Panic disorder- means a person is experiencing sudden periods of intense fear that can cause sweating, palpitation, shaking, numbness and even shortness of breath. Sometimes even a small problem can trigger their emotions. People having this disorder always want to have a peaceful, calm, and stress-free environment.
- Social Phobia- means a person is afraid of socialization. This type of disorder can cause a person to have a very low self-esteem. They are categorized as a loner type of person. They tend to do things alone, fear of being watch out and judge, and even afraid of being too close to other people.
- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder-means a person is becoming obsess about a thing or events in their life. For example, Two years ago you did a very huge mistake in your life. Even if you’re sorry about it, you’re already forgiven, but still, you keep on thinking about it.
- Post-Traumatic Stress- means a person is experiencing a very traumatic event in their lives, such as physical and emotional abuse from a relative or friends. A person having this anxiety tend to become lonely, some turn to be arrogant, violent, fearless and aggressive.
How to cope Up with Anxiety disorder?
Coping with Anxiety Disorder is difficult. It takes time, effort, patience, endurance and mostly, it needs respect and pure love.
Here are some simple things we can do to help a friend having a disorder.
- Be Supportive: Someone having a disorder may feel self-pity. They need true friends to cheer them, to understand them, and to protect them. Furthermore, we must give them our time, attention and love.
- Be A Good Listener: Someone having a disorder may feel broken without someone to share their burdens with. We don’t need to become a wise comforter, but just being willing to listen to all their repeated scenarios can reduce their anxiety.
- Be A Shoulder to Cry on: Someone having a disorder becomes more emotional. While this may be true, reassuring them our presence when they need us can rebuild their self-confidence.
This are just simple ways. However, if symptoms persist it is best to consult a doctor.