Why Should You Know The Common Anxiety Types?

By | April 19, 2016

Why it is Important to Know the Comon Anxiety Types

Learning the type of anxiety you have is necessary to uncovering the right treatment plans. There are many common types of anxiety, but if you don’t know which one best fits what you are experiencing, how will you ever be able to figure out how you should handle your anxiety?

When you know your anxiety type, you have power. Power to locate others who are going through the same situation you are, and the power to do your own research and not rely completely on your doctor’s advice for treatment.

GAD – one of the most comon anxiety types

What does it mean to have GAD? GAD is also known as Generalized Anxiety Disorder. GAD is the most common anxiety type.

When a person with GAD begins to become anxious, it will cause them to have restless sleep, go into depressions, have a change in eating habits, or even have attacks of anxiety.
When a person with GAD begins to become anxious, it will cause them to have restless sleep, go into depressions, have a change in eating habits, or even have attacks of anxiety.

Someone coping with GAD may only have a few ‘episodes’ of anxiety a month. But these flares are intense and can leave the person feeling physically exhausted.

Things like bills, finances, job, relationships, etc. can cause severe anxiety in someone with GAD. While these things cause stress for almost everyone, someone struggling with general anxiety won’t be able to stop thinking about these things. They will worry about these things to the point that they cannot sleep, work, or function as they normally would.

Common Types of Anxiety #2 – Chronic Anxiety

Chronic anxiety is much more severe than general anxiety. Chronic anxiety does not end and it does not go away. There are very few times in any given month when a person suffering from chronic anxiety will feel ‘well’ or ‘like their old self’. When dealing with chronic anxiety disorder, anxiety is almost unbearable.

With chronic anxiety. attacks are very common and vicious. A person with chronic anxiety typically has more than four attacks a month and likely has more than two attacks in any given week. There is almost no rest for a person with this common anxiety type.

Chronic anxiety is chronicled by numerous anxiety attacks, physical illness, and constant fear or anxiousness. A person with chronic anxiety will have numerous anxiety attacks in any given month, usually at least two per week.

Not surprisingly, many people with chronic anxiety find themselves becoming majorly depressed and becoming less and less willing to socialize.

Chronic anxiety can become so stressful that you may develop social anxiety as well. The fear of having an anxiety attack around other people, or the fear of having an anxiety attack outside of the safety of the home can trigger social anxiety.

Common Types of Anxiety #3 – Social Anxiety

If you are dealing with anxiety, chances are you are having instances of as well. Social anxiety is commonly a secondary type of another anxiety disorder.

Social anxiety is just as frustrating as the other forms of anxiety. Some people find themselves unable to work, drive, or even leave the house because their social anxiety is so great.
Social anxiety is just as frustrating as the other forms of anxiety. Some people find themselves unable to work, drive, or even leave the house because their social anxiety is so great.

It is not unusual for someone who is dealing with anxiety or depression to become a little bit anti social. But if you are finding yourself missing work, canceling appointments, refusing to leave the house, or having physical anxiety attacks when you try to leave the house, then you may have social anxiety.

Understanding what you are deling with is the first step to finding relief.

Learn more about the Common Anxiety Types, then find the best advice on Panic and Anxiety Attack Help for you.

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