Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety Disorder

Anxiety disorder is the term used to define the uneasiness, restlessness, unnecessary worrying, thinking too much about anything and apprehension about uncertainties of future events, occurring in a person due to a traumatic incident or imaginary event. This disorder is a severe mental condition which impinges on the victim's or a person's personality, his behavior and his thoughts for a period of time or for rest of their life. Anxiety disorder occurs as an attack which can go on continuously for a long period or may result due to some episode or event which has an impact on victim's mind.

This disorder can be identified if the child remains restless, worried or tense about everything happening around them for weeks or months at a stretch. If this happens for a short period of time like for a couple of days then it can be stated as normal otherwise the child may need to take help of teen counseling. If he or she is a teenager otherwise consult a child counselor. It is important to treat the anxiety problem in the child because it can have intense affect on the child's mind which is still developing. You can identify signs of anxiety disorder easily by keeping an eye on your child and his or her behavior.

See if he or she sweats a lot or appear to be tense, stressed and worried before any gig event, exam, or when he or she had committed something. If yes then try to calm him or her down by talking about something else other then the topic or event. Phobias are the worst form anxiety and can have dire consequence on a person if he or she faces his object of fear. If your child has faced traumatic incident then you should take a family counseling to cope with it. There are different types of phobias which can result from various circumstances:

  • Fear of fire, if the child got caught in fire and got scared of the situation.
  • Masked men
  • Fear of water, if he or she got barely drowned.
  • Fear or closed rooms or lifts
  • Fear of facing people or taking public criticism
  • Fear of heights
  • Fear of dark
  • From any animal
  • Or any other such miscellaneous object or person

All these fears can remain with the person for the rest of his life if it is not treated on time.

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