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Anxiety

Updated: 05/08/2017


   Somethings in life just
  have to be accepted.
 
  Anxiety is not always
  one of them.  If you
  are concerned, talk with
  a
 medical professional
  for their 
opinion.                                                                                                                     


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   If you feel overwhelmed with anxiety symptoms consults a professional before you
  invest in the many products and services available on the market that make major
  claims but fall short on proving their product and described relief for those afflicted
  by this serious mental illness.  Professional help can help family members and you.

  There are many sources listed below due to the serious nature of having Anxiety.
  If you "fit the profile", get help.  If you are uncertain, "talk with a professional".
  If you can't find help, talk to a Moderator ... there are resources that may be ava


        What Are Anxiety Disorders?  |  WebMD (includes audio file)
          Everyone feels anxious now and then. It’s a normal emotion. Many people feel
          nervous when faced with a problem at work, before taking a test, or making an
          important decision. 
Anxiety disorders are different, though. They can cause such
          distress that it interferes with your ability to lead a normal life.  
This type of
          disorder is a serious mental illness.
For people who have one, worry and fear are
          constant and overwhelming, and can be disabling. But with treatment, many people
          can manage those feelings and get back to a fulfilling life.


4 Strategies to Lower Anxiety in any Situation  |  Forbes, Megan Bruneau                           08/31/2016
Whether it's in response to an upcoming presentation, interview, round of layoffs,
new position, or networking meeting, anxiety is an emotion we encounter
repeatedly throughout our careers (and...lives). It's not a comfortable experience,
and it's not meant to be. Anxiety is an evolutionarily adaptive emotion that keeps
us safe–for example, when you're walking alone at night through a sketchy area
(quit doing that)–and prepares us for coping with anticipated stressors–for example,
when you're approaching a deadline and still have a crap-load to do.



4 Tools for Lowering Anxiety in Any Situation  |  Forbes, Megan Bruneau                           08/31/2016
Whether it's in response to an upcoming presentation, interview, round of layoffs, new
position, or networking meeting, anxiety is an emotion we encounter repeatedly
throughout our careers (and...lives). It's not a comfortable experience, and it's not
meant to be. Anxiety is an evolutionarily adaptive emotion that keeps us safe–for
example, when you're walking alone at night through a sketchy area (quit doing
that)–and prepares us for coping with anticipated stressors–for example, when you're
approaching a deadline and still have a crap-load to do


6 Steps: How to Overcome Anxiety  |  IQDoodle.com, Adam Sicinski
Do you get anxious when facing the unknown? Do you struggle to keep your emotions
in-check? We all experience anxiety from time-to-time. It’s something that many of us
just accept and live with. But it doesn’t need to be this way. We can all learn how to
overcome anxiety using six simple steps. These six steps will show you how to deal
with anxiety and how to control anxiety far more effectively. Use these steps to take
charge of those anxious moments that hold you back from being yourself.


12 Signs You May Have an Anxiety Disorder  |  Health.com
What's normal?
Everyone gets nervous or anxious from time to time—when speaking in public, for
instance, or when going through financial difficulty. For some people, however, anxiety
becomes so frequent, or so forceful, that it begins to take over their lives.
How can you tell if your everyday anxiety has crossed the line into a disorder? It's not
easy. Anxiety comes in many different forms—such as panic attacks, phobia, and social
anxiety—and the distinction between an official diagnosis and "normal" anxiety isn't
always clear.
Here's a start: If you experience any of the following symptoms on a regular basis,
                      you may want to talk with your doctor.




Anxiety Caused By Miscarriage Or Pregnancy Loss  |  Katherine J Gold, M.D., M.S.W., M.S

Anxiety Disorders: Social Media Edition  |  Anxiety.org

Are Americans Growing Dependent On Anti-Anxiety Medication?  |  Sigal Sharf

Are You Cheating On Your Partner? It May Make Your Anxiety Worse  |  Rachel Roos Pokorney, LCSW

Do Team Sports Make Teens Happier?  |  Catherine Sabiston, Ph.D., M.H.K, University of Toronto

Executive Functioning: How Does It Relate to Anxiety?  |  Samuel Hunley, M.A.


General Anxiety Disorder (GAD) Affects Relationships  |  Sarah Krill Williston, M.A.

Generalized Anxiety Disorder Treatment  |  Anxiety.org

How To Change Your Anxiety  |  Anxiety.org

Identifying Signs of Anxiety In Children  |  Liz Mathesis, Ph.D.,

Personalized Medicine To Treat Your Anxiety Disorder  |  Sarah Krill Williston, M.A.

Positive Thinking Can Lessen Your Anxiety And Worry  |  Samuel Hunley, M.A.