Anxiety is the “mother” of many psychological problems.The Five Gates Recovery Program is a powerful treatment for Clinical Anxiety
Everyone experiences occasional anxieties but they resolve and the anxiety is gone and does no further damage.
The problems arise when anxiety remains in us unresolved. Then the unresolved anxieties will eventually become what is called clinical anxiety and when this continues for a long time, unresolved anxiety when it results in hopelessness will cause depression.
Persistent and intense anxiety can even unbalance our brain chemistry. In the Five Gates Program of Recovery we explain fully how addictions, ADD , PTSD , OCD and many other psychological problems all are the children of unresolved anxiety. The Five Gates Program of Recovery is also a self help recovery tool which you can use to give yourself effective treatment for all of these without the side effects of drugs or seeking expensive treatment from a psychologist.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anxiety provides a good definition for Anxiety but fails to explain how Anxiety progresses into our other Psychological problems. For through explanation we can provide to you much more information about how unresolved Anxiety is so dangerous to us. Author: Dr. Lynn Kesselman
Anxiety is a normal reaction to stressful situations. But in some cases, it becomes excessive and can cause sufferers to dread everyday situations.
This type of steady, all-over anxiety is called Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Other anxiety-related disorders include panic attacks, which are severe episodes of anxiety that occur in response to specific triggers and obsessive-compulsive disorder, which is marked by persistent invasive thoughts or compulsions to carry out specific behaviors (such as hand-washing).
Anxiety so frequently co-occurs with depression that the two are thought to be twin faces of one disorder. Like depression, it strikes twice as many females as males.
Generally, anxiety arises first, often during childhood. Evidence suggests that both biology and environment can contribute to the disorder. Some people may have a genetic predisposition to anxiety; however, this does not make development of the condition inevitable. Early traumatic experiences can also reset the body’s normal fear-processing system so that it is hyper-reactive to stress.
The exaggerated worries and expectations of negative outcomes in unknown situations that typify anxiety are often accompanied by physical symptoms. These include muscle tension, headaches, stomach cramps, and frequent urination. Behavioral therapies, with or without medication to control symptoms, have proved highly effective against anxiety, especially in children.
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Find out about Symptoms of Anxiety. Typically, those who suffer from prolonged anxiety experience a range symptoms, including:excessive worry about health, money, family, work, or school performance?even when there are no signs of trouble irrational expectations of the worst outcome in many situations,inability to relax, irritability,insomnia,tiredness,headaches,muscle tension,difficulty swallowing trembling or twitching, frequent urination Find out more…
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