Anxiety disorders are the most common mental health ailments in the U.S., affecting nearly 40 million individuals. Anxiety may be triggered by several factors like being late for work, encountering traffic while commuting, preparing for a meeting, giving a presentation, or meeting a deadline. Oftentimes, these outside factors are beyond one’s control and therefore, one considers their home to be their safe haven. Continue reading
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Anxiety disorder is a serious mental disorder characterized by excessive and uncontrolled feelings of fear and worry about certain things and situations in life. Affecting an individual’s ability to perform their routine activities, the condition may deteriorate performance at work and school, adversely affect relationships and disturb concentration levels.Continue reading
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a severe and disabling psychiatric syndrome characterized by intense reaction (fear, horror and helplessness) to an extreme traumatic and stressful event like war, sexual assault, natural disasters, crimes, etc. People living with this condition tend to encounter tribulations like nightmares, flashbacks, etc. on a regular basis. As per reports, around 8 percent of Americans, representing approximately 24.4 million people, suffer from PTSD at any given time. Continue reading