Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) – as specified by the NHS, PTSD is caused by very stressful, frightening events. It can happen after someone has experienced a traumatic event like a war, an assault, an accident, or disaster. Symptoms can include difficulty relaxing, distressing dreams or flashback memory of the event. PTSD is usually diagnosed when a person has symptoms for at least a month.

Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) – is when a person has unwanted and uncountable thoughts and fears. Despite knowing that there is no reason for the anxiety, a person with OCD will try to control their fear by repeating certain actions and rituals.

Social Anxiety – in accordance with the NHS, is an overwhelming fear of social circumstances. It is an intense fear of being, embarrassed, humiliated, or criticised in everyday situations such as, speaking or eating in public.

Phobias – are extreme fears of specific situations such as traveling on planes and crowded spaces, or particular things like insects and other animals.

General anxiety disorder (GAD) – is when people feel worried and anxious, not only in normal stressful situations, but most of the time. People who suffer from GAD can become very anxious about everyday events such as being late for a meeting.

Panic Attacks – are sudden and overwhelming periods of anxiety with symptoms such; breathing difficulties, heart palpitations, and excessive perspiration. As per the NHS, panic attacks can come on quickly and for no obvious reason.

One of the most difficult aspects for people dealing with an anxiety disorder is feeling that no-one else can understand how bad it feels. However, a 2018 survey conducted by the Mental Health Foundation found that as many as 74% of US adults had struggled to cope with overwhelming stress and anxiety in that particular year.pe specimen book. It has survived not only five centuries.

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