Sunday, March 31, 2019

Anxiety Disorder Treatment

Case Study: I'm 27 years old (Male). I was diagnosed with anxiety disorder and treatment is going on. Problem is that I often feel mild pain in my chest probably on the left side. It makes me scared. I have shared this with my Doctor but He said you have not a problem with your heart and this pain linked with your brain and forget this pain.

In Lab Investigations
CBC    ok
Liver function test    ok
Lipid profile     ok
CT SCAN   ok
ECG    Ok  (according to Doctor)

Please guide (suggest) me about this problem that what is this and what should I do?
Anxiety disorder, Anxiety treatment,symptoms,anxiety medication,prevention
Anxiety Disorder Treatment
Well! Reader, Hope you will read the above case study. Now firstly understand about Anxiety Disorder.

What is Anxiety Disorder. ?

Experiencing topical anxiety is a normal part of life. However, people with anxiety disorders are often intensified about intense, excessive and persistent anxiety and everyday situations. Often, anxiety disorders involve frequent episodes of intense anxiety and fear or sudden feelings of terror that reach a peak within minutes (panic attack).

These emotions of anxiety and nervousness interfere with daily activities, which are difficult to control, are out of proportion to the real threat and may last for a long time. Signs can begin during childhood or teen years and can continue in adulthood.

Examples of anxiety disorders include social anxiety disorder (social phobia), specific fear and isolation anxiety disorder. There may be more than one anxiety disorder in one person.

Sometimes anxiety arises from a medical condition that requires treatment. Whatever concerns you have, treatment can help.

Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders. ?

Common Symptoms of Anxiety Disorder include :

  • Feeling nervous
  • Feel powerless
  • A feeling of imminent danger, nervousness or doom
  • Heart rate increase
  • Rapid breathing (hyperventilation)
  • Shuddering
  • Feeling weak or tired
  • Trouble concentrating or thinking about anything other than the current concern

Anxiety Disorder Treatment 

The two main treatments of anxiety disorders are psychotherapy and medicines. The combination of both of you can benefit most. There may be some trial and error in finding out which treatments work best for you.


  • Talk therapy is also known as psychological counseling, working in association with a physician to reduce your anxiety symptoms in psychotherapy. This can be an effective treatment of anxiety.

  • Intellectual social treatment is a standout amongst the best types of psychotherapy for uneasiness issue. By and large, a transient treatment, intellectual conduct treatment, centers around bit by bit coming back to those exercises that you have gotten away due to tension to encourage you concentrated aptitudes. Through this procedure, your indications improve on the grounds that you expand on your underlying achievement.

Anxiety Disorder Medication 

Many types of medicines are used to treat anxiety disorders, including those of the people below. Talk to your doctor about the benefits, risks and potential side effects.

  • Antidepressant These medicines affect the activity of brain chemicals (neurotransmitters) in the role of anxiety disorders. Examples of antidepressants used for the treatment of anxiety disorders include Fluocetin (Prozac, Sarafem), ImiParmine (tofrenil), Peroxetine (Paxil, Pistachio), Serratine (Zoloft) and Venalifaxin (Effector XR). Citalopram (Celexa) and escitalopram (Lexapro) can also be effective, but warnings about the risks of escitalopram in a day or 20 mg of day citalopram on 40 mg (mg) days vs. benefits Your doctor may also recommend other antidepressants.
  • Buspirone An anti-anxiety medication named Basipirone can be used on an ongoing basis. Along with most antidepressants, it usually takes several weeks to fully take effect.
  • Enzodiazepines In limited circumstances, your doctor may write one of these sedatives to relieve anxiety symptoms. Examples include alprazolam (neviram, zanax), chlordiazepoxide (Librium), clonazepam (clonopine), diazepam (valium), and lorezam (ativan). 
  • Benzodiazepines are generally used to relieve anxiety on a short-term basis. Because they can be habit-formants, these medicines are not a good option if you have problems with alcohol or drug abuse.

Anxiety Prevention

There is no way for anyone to predict what will happen to someone developing an anxiety disorder, but if you can take steps to reduce the effects of symptoms to worry:
Meet Physician in person, proper medical history and examination is required, treatment cannot be advised just on the fact that some other doctor has diagnosed you as the case of anxiety, proper evaluation is necessary.
  • Get help early. Worry, like many other mental health conditions, if you wait, treatment can be difficult.
  • Keep a magazine. By monitoring your personal life, you and your mental health provider may be able to identify what is causing you stress and what help you feel better.
  • Be active. Continue to take part in activities that you enjoy and feel good about yourself. Avoid activities because you are nervous, worries worry.
  • Learn Time Management Techniques You can reduce anxiety by learning to manage your time and energy carefully.
  • Avoid using unhealthy alcohol or drug use. Alcohol and drug use may be the cause of anxiety or worse. If you are accustomed to any of these items, then leaving you may be worried. If you can not quit on your own, look at your doctor or look for a support group to help you.

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