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Coping Skills For Coping With Anxiety - Coping Skills For Coping With Anxiety An anxiety induced panic attack can have an intense influence on someone’s life. Everyday situations can be developing into horrifying and dreadful events. When panic attacks occur during the night, your sleep pattern becomes extremely interrupted. Continuous and reoccurring attacks will put additional tension into an already tense relationship, as well as, prevent you from wanting to be involved with any family outings. The persistent diversion from a possible occurring attack will divert your thoughts from the tasks as hand, and often interfere with employment and/or school....   [tags: Anxiety] 409 words
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Anxiety in Teens - ... The symptoms of obsessive compulsive disorder are extremely disruptive to a teens life in comparison to other ailments affiliated with anxiety (Foa and Andrew 3). Much like obsessive compulsive disorder, post traumatic stress disorder can lead to bothersome symptoms, but rather in result of a devastating experience (D’Arcy Lyness). Teens are at a higher risk than any other age group to suffer from post traumatic stress disorder (Foa and Andrew 3). There are manifold conditions and categories of anxiety disorders, but the complexities can all be linked together through not only through symptoms, but causes as well....   [tags: anxiety disorder, daily struggles, teenagers]
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The Road to Success is Paved with Anxiety - “There is no such thing as pure pleasure; some anxiety always goes with it” teaches Ovid. ( Andy 24) This means that one cannot achieve pleasure easily; he needs anxiety to push himself to the limits and overcome fear. Collier, a freelance writer with more than six hundred articles to his credit, published an article, “Anxiety: Challenge by Another Name “. He uses his personal experience and proves that we can overcome anxiety. In the article "Anxiety: Challenge by Another Name," Collier explains that anxiety is a very common part in our life and overcoming it instead of backing away is the only way we grow....   [tags: Anxiety Challenge by Another Name]
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Analysis of Generalized Anxiety Disorder - What causes the lifestyle disease. • Hypersensitivity to criticism or failure • Self-isolation from society • Extreme shyness in social situations • Avoidance of interpersonal relationships • Dislike of physical contact • A sense of inferiority • Extremely low self-esteem • Self-loathing • Distrust of others • Extreme modesty / timidity • Avoidance of intimacy • Self-critical to their problems in relationships with others • Problems in professional activities • The feeling of loneliness • A sense of ”inferiority” in relation to other people These are a few of the catalysts in Generalised Anxiety Disorder, as well as some of the symptoms....   [tags: anxiety, anxious, stress] 1370 words
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Symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder - Generalized Anxiety Disorder About three percent of men and women in the U.S. suffer from Generalized anxiety disorder (APAA). It is one of the most common forms of anxiety and seems to be the most left untreated because people don’t know that it can be treated (McGradles). GAD, although it affects many, is a disorder that can be detrimental to the quality of life of an individual. With the regard to the quality of life, the level of severity that a person experiences is a great factor in determining more information....   [tags: excesive worry, anxiety]
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Is it Anxiety a Fact or Fear? - Anxiety affects over 40 million people in this world right now and two thirds of the people suffering will never receive treatment. Anxiety is considered the most common mental illness in America today. Anxiety is a cluster of mental disorders that can affect anyone, no matter age, height, weight, sex, or race. However, certain combinations of these can put one at more risk. These disorders can be extremely impairing and can also affect relationships as well as social life and work opportunities....   [tags: ptsd, mental illness, anxiety development]
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Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) - Social Anxiety Social Anxiety Disorders is defined as a "marked and persistent fear of one or more social or performance situations in which the person is exposed to unfamiliar people or possible scrutiny by others (Cuncic)." People who do not believe in this disorder think that it’s "just shyness" that is being pathologized (Cuncic). Just because you may be a little shy or a bit nervous on occasion doesn't mean that you have this condition. Social Anxiety Disorders are psychological problems that are often undiagnosed because people are too afraid to ask for help....   [tags: Social Anxiety Essays]
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Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) - Social anxiety disorder (social phobia) can be described as an extreme, persistent fear of being scrutinized or judged by others in social situations. This fear may lead to feelings of embarrassment, humiliation and self-consciousness. People who suffer from this condition may “feel powerless against their anxiety” (ADAA). These emotions often interfere with daily activities, such as school, work and personal relationships. The person might begin to withdraw socially or avoid situations in which he or she is afraid....   [tags: Social Anxiety Essays]
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Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) - According to the DSM 5, social anxiety disorder (SAD) is a chronic and persistent disorder characterized by an intense fear of social situations. Those with SAD often fear that other will judge them for negative traits or evaluate them harshly, preventing them from engaging in social behaviors. This fear may seem disproportionate to the situation faced and sociocultural context involved, but is salient enough to be debilitating and effect daily functioning. ). Many of the afflicted inhibit their behavior to avoid such fearful situations, which will impact their functioning in school, relationships, and later in life, the workplace....   [tags: Social Anxiety Disorder Research] 1726 words
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Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) - Introduction Social Anxiety Disorder or social phobia, is the third largest mental health care problem in the world. (Stein, 2010) National statistical surveys carried out in 2002 in the United Kingdom suggest that the prevalence rates for social phobias among young people in the UK were around 4%. (National Statistics, 2002) ‘Social phobia is characterised by intense and persistent fear of social situations in which scrutiny and embarrassment could occur’. (Orsillo & Hammond 2001, p.159) The individual with social phobia often feels they are being looked at, studied and critically analysed....   [tags: Social Anxiety Essays]
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Anxiety and Attention: The Gap in Research - Today, cognitive psychologists know an extensive amount of information on our attention – our ability to divide our attention, our ability to selectively choose what we want to attend to and so on. It is agreed on that our cognitive load and resources are two of the influencing factors when studying how attention works. In a normal-functioning mind, studying these two aspects may be enough to understand how our attention operates, but cognitive psychologists must delve much deeper than this while studying the not so normal....   [tags: Yerkes-Dodson law, trait anxiety, arousal, perform]
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6 Categories of Anxiety - Everyone has some form of stress in his or her life. It is normal to experience occasional anxiety. A student is anxious about a test; someone may get the “butter flies” in the abdomen before speaking in front of a large audience. And who isn’t a little apprehensive about surgical procedures. Anxiety is different for the people with an Anxiety Disorder. They suffer with a constant worry, fear and tension, which is far worse than the anxiety that we experience from time to time. Anxiety level can be so intense that the sufferer finds ordinary activities difficult or even impossible....   [tags: PTSD, Social Anxiety, Disorder, Stress]
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Anxiety in Post Open-Heart Patients - Concept analysis of Anxiety For many decades nursing has been developing tools to assist with development of theoretical and conceptual bases. Concept analysis has been identified by Walker and Avant (2005) as encouraging communication within the discipline it is being research in. Walker and Avant (2005) also point out that “the results of the concept analysis, the operational definition, the antecedents, and the defining attributes can provide scientists with an excellent beginning for a new tool or an excellent way to evaluate an old one” (p.64)....   [tags: Health, Diseases, Theories of Anxiety] 1912 words
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Treating Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) - One of the most common disorders in the United States is social anxiety. Adults have a 28% chance to be affected by an anxiety disorder sometime in their life. Most of the people affected do not seek treatment, but those that do often get treated ineffectively. In “Differentiating Emotions Across Contexts: Comparing Adults With and Without Social Anxiety Disorder Using Random, Social Interactions, and Daily Experience Sampling,” the researchers tested a theory to better treat and manage social anxiety....   [tags: Social Anxiety Essays]
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Anxiety Disorders - What if you woke up every morning with a feeling of dread about getting through the day. What if you were constantly in a state of worry. What if you had spontaneous, uncontrollable panic attacks throughout the day. What if you uncontrollably washed your hands to the point where they bled and cracked. What if you had an anxiety disorder. Anxiety is the most common illness in the U.S., affecting 40 million adults over the age of 18; that counts for 18% of the U.S. population. However, 22.8% of those cases are counted as severe anxiety....   [tags: Health, Anxiety Disorders]
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Anxiety Disorder -   The introduction of this article provides me with a meaning of the significance of the problem issues with anxiety. This issue being talked about in this journal is how fear and anxiety can negatively affect a client taking chemotherapy. The sources then go on to express that relaxation techniques can be used to reduce a client’s anxiety level; however, these techniques existence in the present practice, which are expensive and demands for nursing care time for the patients. The introduction ends with the problem statement....   [tags: Anxiety Levels, Fear, Chemotherapy]
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How to Cope With Test Anxiety - How to Cope With Test Anxiety Most students experience some degree of test anxiety. Test anxiety refers to a combination of physiological, emotional, and psychological components that are caused by the stress of taking exams. This may interfere with one's ability to think, reason, and plan. For some students, test anxiety is an unpleasant experience but doesn't necessarily interfere with exam performance. For other students, however, test anxiety is not only an unpleasant experience but also seriously interferes with exam performance....   [tags: Anxiety Essays] 368 words
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Social Anxiety Disorder Exposed in Stigma, by Erving Goffman - “It was just one more crack in the stone. Eventually the stone broke down and became gravel, leaving me a nervous wreck” (“David”). An individual with Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) possesses extreme fear in regards to social situations. This fear can be so profound that the individual can no longer function to full capacity in their daily life. A large portion of this fear stems from the stigma created by the disorder. In his book, Stigma, Erving Goffman defines it as “an attribute that his deeply discrediting” (Goffman 3)....   [tags: Social Anxiety Essays] 1107 words
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The Anxiety- and Pain-Reducing Effects of Music Interventions - People mostly define entertainment as fun. However, entertainment is more than fun as people’s choice to have pleasure in their leisure time is entertainment. People look for doing two activities together. They wish to have pleasure and meanwhile seek for beneficial activities to contribute their quality of lives. Music is a tool to help people for expressing their feelings. In addition to that, music can help listeners. People listen to music since they are experiencing some emotional situations but benefits of listening to music are not just about emotions....   [tags: stress, anxiety, entertainment, classical music]
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Social Anxiety Disorder is Different than Shyness - Many of us had a stage in their lives when they were shy. Some will always be like this. While it might be considered as disadvantage, it's common and not surprising. But what if we're so embarrassed around other people that we start to avoid them, being in public makes us nauseous, and we have tremendous difficulty with even buying food in stone. What's more, it makes us feel worthless and totally destroys our social life... It's not a simple shyness anymore, even if many people would classify it as such....   [tags: Young People. Psychology, Social Anxiety]
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The Anxiety Caused when a Mistake is Realized - The Anxiety Caused when a Mistake is Realized Sigmund Freud believed himself to be a scientist. He believed that he was not a philosopher, just a scientific thinker. Freud carefully thought everything through and always backed up his views. Before any idea went into print, Freud worked hard to make sure that he covered his theories from all angles and that he himself could not disprove one of his theories. As a scientist, Sigmund believed that he must continue to test his theories. While continuing to investigate the workings on the human mind, Freud realized that his views of anxiety tended to contradict each other....   [tags: Anxiety Essays] 1014 words
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Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders and Methods of Treatment - Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders and Methods of Treatment Fear is an emotion that everyone experiences from time to time throughout his or her life. Fear is part of a biological response to danger. This emotion was programmed into each human being eons ago through evolution to alert us to the presence of danger by releasing adrenaline into our bloodstream therefore causing heart palpitations, sweating, tremors, chest pain, and nausea or abdominal distress among other symptoms induced by adrenaline....   [tags: Anxiety Essays] 574 words
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Analysis of Auden's The Age of Anxiety - Analysis of Auden's The Age of Anxiety   In Auden's lengthy poem, "The Age of Anxiety", he follows the actions and thoughts of four characters who happen to meet in a bar during a war.  Their interactions with one another lead them on an imaginary quest in their minds in which they attempt, without success, to discover themselves.  The themes and ideas that Auden's "The Age of Anxiety" conveys reflect his belief that man's quest for self-actualization is in vain.           W. H. Auden was born in York, England, in 1907, the third and youngest son of Constance and George Auden (Magill 72).  His poetry in the 1930's reflected the world of his era, a world of depression, Fascism, and...   [tags: Auden The Age of Anxiety Essays]
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Caffeine and Anxiety - "We want to do a lot of stuff; we're not in great shape. We didn't get a good night's sleep. We're a little depressed. Coffee solves all these problems in one delightful little cup." --Jerry Seinfeld I suffer from anxiety and depression. These are issues that influence my life on a daily basis, so I am quite attuned to them. I started to notice that sometimes, while I was drinking coffee, I would begin to have those tell-tale feelings of anxiety, and it made me wonder if it was the coffee triggering these attacks....   [tags: Does Coffee Cause Anxiety?, 2015]
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Existentialist Themes Of Anxiety And Absurdity - Existentialist Themes of Anxiety and Absurdity In a world with such a vast amount of people there exists virtually every different belief, thought, and ideology. This means that for every argument and every disagreement that their exists two sides of relative equal strength. It is through these disagreements that arguments are formed. Arguments are the building blocks in which philosophers use to analyze situations and determine theories of life. For the purpose of this paper I will try and argue my personal beliefs on a specific argument....   [tags: Philosophy Philosophical Anxiety Essays] 1855 words
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Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) - Social Anxiety Disorder (social phobia) is the third largest mental health care problem in the world. Latest government epidemiological data show social phobia affects over 7% of the population at any given time. The lifetime prevalence rate (i.e., the chances of developing social anxiety disorder at any time during the lifespan) stands at above 13%. Definition: Social anxiety is the fear of social situations that involve interaction with other people. Put another way, social anxiety is the fear and anxiety of being judged and evaluated by other people....   [tags: Social Anxiety Essays] 746 words
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The Problems of Anxiety Disorders - The Problems of Anxiety Disorders Anxiety is a normal reaction to a threatening situation and results from an increase in the amount of adrenaline from the sympathetic nervous system. This increased adrenaline speeds the heart and respiration rate, raises blood pressure, and diverts blood flow to the muscles. These physical reactions are appropriate for escaping from danger but when they cause anxiety in many situations throughout the day, they may be detrimental to a normal lifestyle. An anxiety disorder is a disorder where feelings of fear, apprehension, or anxiety are disruptive or cause distortions in behavior, (Coon, 526); they are psychiatric illnesses that are not useful for normal...   [tags: Anxiety Disorders Psychiatry Health Essays]
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The Anxiety/Uncertainty Management Theory - The Anxiety/Uncertainty Management Theory According to William B. Gudykunst in his article "A Model of Uncertainty Reduction in Intercultural Encounters," the uncertainty reduction theory explains initial interactions between two strangers from the same culture. Studies, however, suggest this theory can also be extended to interpersonal communication between two people from different cultures. Uncertainty refers to how well you can accurately predict how strangers will behave during their initial interaction and the ability to explain the strangers' behavior....   [tags: Anxiety Uncertainty Management Theory]
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Anxiety and Athletic Perfomance - Anxiety and Athletic Performance Introduction Athletes today need to be able to cope with the anxiety and pressure that is placed on them in the competitive world of sports. A large deal of research has been done on examining the relationship between anxiety and performance within the field of athletics. This paper is going to show that the mind in an athlete has a lot to do with the result of the particular event. In order to show that anxiety in athletes is a significant problem this paper is going to be set up in three different areas in order to explain exactly how anxiety affects the athlete....   [tags: Athletics Athletes Sports Anxiety Essays]
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Separation Anxiety and Attachment in Infants and Toddlers - Introduction Susie’s mother opened the door to let Molly, Susie’s babysitter, inside. Ten-month old Susie seemed happy to see Molly. Susie then observed her mother put her jacket on and Susie’s face turned from smiling to sad as she realized that her mother was going out. Molly had sat for Susie many times in the past month, and Susie had never reacted like this before. When Susie’s mother returned home, the sitter told her that Susie had cried until she knew that her mother had left and then they had a nice time playing with toys until she heard her mother’s key in the door....   [tags: Separation Anxiety in Children]
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Anxiety in Sports - Many athletes would agree that they have felt butterflies in their stomach or a sudden rush of adrenaline before an important game. This feeling can either translate into legendary performances or monumental failures. According to Sharon D. Hoar (2007), to fully comprehend anxiety’s effect on performance, one must understand the discrimination between two unique sets of sources: trait and state anxiety, and cognitive and somatic anxiety. Anxiety symptoms are numerous and unique to every athlete....   [tags: informative essay] 940 words
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Anxiety in Adolescents - ... states: “...obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) causes the brain to get stuck on a particular thought or urge” (Help Guide). Obsessive Compulsive Disorder commonly causes anxiety. When you have OCD you (in common cases) want to make sure things are in the right place, clean, ‘perfect.’ Your brain gets stuck on the same reel of questions: “Is it right. Do I like it. What do other people think about it?”A lot of OCD can be caused by social conflicts, self- consciousness. Some cases you want to make sure you look ‘perfect’ in your own mind, just because you’re leaving the house....   [tags: emotional disorders]
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What is Anxiety? - Anxiety is a feeling and emotion of excessive and prolonged worry, a sense of dread and generalized tension. Fear and anxiety are similar emotions but have important differences. While fear is based on a specific threat and is relatively short, anxiety has no definite basis and often prolonged. We all experience anxiety at some level. Students feel anxious when taking an exam. You may feel apprehensive about going out on a blind date. Many people are scared of delivering a speech. Many situations in everyday life evoke anxiety....   [tags: Mental Health] 1020 words
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Anxiety and Depression - There is a fine line between anxiety and depression. A line that is often times blurred. Although there are differences between the two, they also share many similarities, which can lead to false diagnoses for patients. It only gets more complicated when both illnesses are present. For example, The National Institute of Mental Health (2009) did a study of anxiety disorders and found that 53.7% of people reported they also experienced major depression as a secondary condition. These researchers also stated that people who are severely depressed do become anxious....   [tags: mental health]
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The Anxiety Cure - Introduction Hart (1999) in his book The Anxiety Cure offers a plan to defeat anxiety by explaining the role of how brain chemistry, psychological responses, and thought process aid in the complications of anxiety disorders. He views modern society as moving at the speed of cheetahs when God designed us to move at the speed of camels. The book gives practical advice to change your way of life without depending on medication and psychotherapy as a life-long process, by developing the emotional tranquility and completeness that God desires us to have in our lives....   [tags: Literature Review ] 1183 words
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Depression and Anxiety - Many people feel apprehensive and miserable every now and then, but when does it take over their whole lives. Losing a loved one, doing poorly in school or work, being bullied and other hardships might lead a person to feel sad, lonely, scared, nervous and/or anxious. Some people experience this on an everyday basis, sometimes even or no reason at all. Those people might have an anxiety disorder, depression, or both. It is highly likely for someone with an anxiety disorder to also be suffering from depression, or the other way around....   [tags: discouraged, sad, hopeless]
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The Anxiety of Anti-Anxiety Medications - The Anxiety of Anti-Anxiety Medications 19 million Americans (approximately one in eight) aged 18-54 suffer from anxiety disorders. (1) When I heard this statistic, I realized how important the discussion of such disorders was to the sciences. 1/8th of the most productive portion of the US population suffers from an anxiety disorder. The National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), a division of the Institutes of Health for the Federal Government, is committed to research causes and treatment of such disorders....   [tags: Biology Essays Research Papers]
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Childhood Separation Anxiety Associated with Adult Anxiety Disorders - Introduction Imagine a school bus driver and his dilemma when a student refuses to get off at her stop. The first grader is frozen to her seat in tears because she cannot see her mother from the bus window as usual. The mother is standing in the yard waiting for her child as always, but sees that the bus drives away. The frustrated driver returns the child back to the school. An aggravated principal meets with the parent over the incident shaming the child as she throws her hands up in the air saying, “I have kindergarteners who walk home alone!” The distraught parent intervenes with the principal’s inappropriate statements, but leaves having to acknowledge the reality of a new manifestati...   [tags: social phobia, agoraphobia, family involvement]
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Symptoms of the Life Changing, Psychoanalytical Phenomenon - She rolls over, still completely exhausted from the minimal forty- five-minute sleep, and hits the snooze on the alarm. She can hardly force her jelly-like legs to the chilled floor. Eyes slightly cracked, open enough to see shapes of objects, she throws on the first clothing items she finds on her floor. Breakfast sounds revolting, but she knows she will need something to keep her going through the day, having been awake until six A.M. with thoughts of worry and obsession over problems the day is sure to bring....   [tags: Anxiety]
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Social Anxiety: Torture on the Inside - Social anxiety exists as a mental disorder that affects fifteen million adults and about eighteen percent of the American population. Social anxiety is a scary disorder that makes simple tasks seem like life threatening feats. This disease has many symptoms that disrupt ones daily life, making life hard, and even harder for them to live a normally. Medications and therapy go hand in hand with social anxiety and sometimes help tremendously with symptoms. The way society views social anxiety and mental disorders is a shameful stigma and we, as a country should not feel like that towards any human being....   [tags: american population, scary disorder]
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Learning Anxiety in the Language Classroom - ... By creating this norm of tolerance, students will feel more comfortable in taking risks as they are not as exposed to embarrassment or criticism. One of the larger issues is not just altering your teaching methods to better assist students with higher levels of anxiety within the language learning area, but in recognising the problem in the first place. Many of the behaviours and actions of students with high levels of learning anxiety can be misconstrued as poor behaviour. As Horwitz et al....   [tags: psychology in education]
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Taking a Look at Social Anxiety - ... (ADAA.org). Social anxiety is a disease “that may afflict as many as 17 to 19 million Americans” (New Harvard Guide to Women's Health). Almost 20 million American's suffer from this illness, and many of those go undiagnosed. Social anxiety is not something to be taken lightly and joked about, it really does effect all areas of a person's life. One of the major aspects that social anxiety effects is a person's job. From the ability to get a job, to the types of jobs they can get, to how well they do at their jobs....   [tags: behavioral psychology] 1613 words
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Studies of Dental Fear and Anxiety - The dental fear and anxiety is an emotional distress condition that may lead to poor oral health in children, adolescents and adults. Researches of several studies investigated the origin, influence factors, physical and physiological responses, and types of management and intervention for dental phobia through various sources. Qualitative study utilized YouTube to gain insight to the public's perspective of dental fear and anxiety and understand the psychological impact in children and adolescents....   [tags: children, adolescents, adults, distress, phobia]
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Taking a Look at Anxiety - ... 51). GAD is another term for generalized anxiety disorder which is quite common in most adults in the United States according to the statistic given. It is normal for human beings to go through stages of fear or anxiety. These psychological disorders often involve environmental causes because of the child’s complex development through life (Ghinassi and Winning, 2010, p. 52). Some children face experiences which leave them in fear which causes even more fear of ever experiencing such a thing again in the future, thus anxiety begins....   [tags: Ghinassi, Winning, Starcevic, Vladan books]
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Anxiety Disorder and the Different Types - ... We need to understand more deeply anxiety disorders and therapies proposed to answer this question. First, this essay will review some of many types of anxiety disorders and their descriptions. Second, it will go through the types of psychological therapies. Finally, it will present the effectiveness of certain therapies for each type of anxiety disorders through past cases and studies. Different types of anxiety disorders Phobias Phobia is a disproportionate and intense fear of a specific object or situation....   [tags: coping, disrupts, therapy, types] 671 words
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Marijuana Use in Females with Anxiety - Marijuana Use in Females with Anxiety Mana Rasoulzadeh Argosy University – DC   Marijuana Use in Females with Anxiety Studies have shown that there is a high number of co-occurrence with anxiety disorders and marijuana use, and symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder have been associated with greater levels of marijuana use (de Dios et al., 2010). Females have a prevalence rate that is twice as higher than men when it comes to generalized anxiety disorder. This paper focuses on the correlation between marijuana use and symptoms of anxiety in females....   [tags: Correlation, Coping Technique]
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Effects of Valerian on Anxiety and Insomnia - Historically, valerian has been a non-scientific resource for relief from anxiety and insomnia.1 Detrimental effects of FDA approved medications for these symptoms have many professionals questioning whether the most effective and safe resource is available through a supplemental approach. This has led to the investigation of the true effectiveness of the valerian root and its impact on its subjects. In treating anxiety, a peer-reviewed study revealed there was no significant difference between valerian and placebo.2 Valerian was compared to Diazepam using the STAI-Trait scale, revealing that Diazepam produced superior results, yet side effects were similar for both.2 No other research coul...   [tags: Medicine]
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A Nation of Social Anxiety - “In school I was always afraid of being called on, even when I knew the answers. When I got the job, I hated to meet with my boss. I couldn’t eat lunch with my co-workers. I worried about being stared at or judged, and worried that I would make a fool of myself. My heart would pound and I would start to sweat when I thought about meetings. The feelings got worse as the time of the event got closer. Sometimes I couldn’t sleep or eat for days before a staff meeting” (“NIMH – Social Phobia”, 2011)....   [tags: social phobia, disorders, nervous]
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The Rise of Anxiety Disorder - ... Furthermore, the media create's unrealistic idealization for the average person, especially for women. The media is a major contributor to anxiety among the general population. When one is constantly bombarded with a collection of unrealistic ideals such as the latest smart phone, the latest clothes and the perfect body, it prepares one for an inescapable and great amount of pressure (Psychology Today: How Big A Problem is Anxiety?). These ideals are unachievable according to Dr. Jean M. Twenge of San Diego State University, she has explained that “[t]hat disconnect creates a lot of anxiety about how hard you need to work [...] and a deep fear of failure” (Food & Health: Anxiety Disorder...   [tags: education system, technology, media]
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Edvard Munch: Perception of Anxiety - Introduction How did Edvard Munch perceive anxiety. Edvard Munch, a famous world known painter from Norway, was able to express his suppressed feelings of fear and anxiety onto a canvas with an ability that both amazed and scared the people of the world. He used his anxiety of life, love and death, to inspire people, and let them see the troubles in his life. Edvard Munch is especially known for his works ‘The scream’ and ‘Madonna’. Munch popularity is due to his extraordinary ability to convey a deep and raw emotion from the unconscious onto the canvas leaving it to the viewers to interpret, feel and reflect....   [tags: the scream, madonna, Kierkegaard]
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Anxiety Disorders in the Classroom - Anxiety can present a significant challenge in the classroom. It can take many different forms depending on its source. Determining why a child is suffering from anxiety is the first step in making sufficient accommodations. Coping skills and other anxiety treatments may present a different set of obstacles in the classroom however, adapting the learning environment to meet the needs of the anxious child contributes to their overall academic success. Anxiety plays an important role in childhood development, these feelings of fear and apprehension caution children from attempting new or dangerous activities and situations that they may not be unable to successfully navigate (Worrywisekids.org...   [tags: classroom challenges, education system, learning]
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Clinically Significant Fear and Anxiety - 1. What would be the criteria used to distinguish between clinically significant fear and anxiety, and everyday fear and anxiety. (198)First, we need to understand what fear and anxiety is. Fear is when the nervous system responds to a threat to ones well being. Anxiety is when there is a vague sense of danger. Both of these term help the body determine when action needs to be taken like “Fight” or “Flight”. When they both come clinically significant is when people can’t not live there normal lives without one or there other or both interfering....   [tags: abnormal psychology, phobias]
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Taking a Look at Anxiety - ... A panic attack is a bit more intense with sudden, disturbing anxiety that something awful is going to happen. Panic attacks tend to last only a couple of minutes long, causing heart palpitations, shortness of breath, choking sensations, trembling, or dizziness all accompanied by panic (Myers, 2010). One experiencing these feelings tends to feel as though they are having a heart attack or other fatal illnesses. Panic attacks can be tricky to treat, typically it is recommended that two of the following treatments be paired together for success: psychological therapy, mediation, or self-help....   [tags: natural human instincts, psychological analysis] 1253 words
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Overview of Social Anxiety Disorder - The term social anxiety is, by most, not associated with being a serious, mental sickness. The common person usually thinks someone with social anxiety is simply not a “people person” However, social anxiety has been defined as either a disorder or phobia. Social Anxiety Disorder is an actual, underdiagnosed psychiatric disorder which should be recognized not as mere shyness, but a psychological illness with symptoms and treatments. It is a disorder which is becoming more and more prevalent as time progresses....   [tags: Mental Health, Psychology]
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The Rush of Anxiety of Culture Shock - ... Before the assignment, the company must select the right candidate for an international assignment. If there is an error in the selection process, then this would have a negative influence on the achievement of an organization’s overseas operation (Briscoe & Schuler, 2004). A successful candidate must be able to do their job and make sure that their family will be able to adapt in the foreign country. Some of the important selection criteria for international assignment are job stability, cultural adaptability, spouse and family adaptability, academic qualification and desire for international assignment....   [tags: business, trip, gather information, training] 1485 words
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Evaluating the Beck Anxiety Inventory - Evaluating the Beck Anxiety Inventory The Beck Anxiety Inventory is a 21-item scale that measures the severity of self-reported anxiety in adults and adolescents. The inventory was created by Aaron T. Beck and his colleague, Robert A. Steer, at the Center for Cognitive Therapy, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry. The most recent edition was published in 1993 by The Psychological Corporation, Harcourt Brace & Company in San Antonio, TX. The first edition was published in 1988....   [tags: Evaluation ] 2111 words
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Study of Anxiety and Automation - Automation`s implications on anxiety`s effects in solving complicated tasks Abstract The study of anxiety and automation took a great extent in the twentieth century giving basis to different theories and opinions. Current study is based on differences between anxious and non- anxious subjects on their performance in solving simple and complex tasks before and after a learning phase and automation. Current study wants to draw attention to the fact that automation diminishes the impact of anxiety on performance, especially in solving complex tasks by reducing the level of attention and the depth of conscious processing and by avoiding the sub activation of the units in the working memory...   [tags: Math]
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Strategies for Overcoming Test Anxiety - Anxiety can be defined as a state of uneasiness and nervousness resulting from the fear of unknown or the anticipation of some threatening event or situation. It can also be taken as a generalized mood or condition of mind that results from some unidentifiable cause or stimulus that is supposed to bring on some negative outcomes of certain possible future event/s or to simplify the whole idea, one can say that anxiety is the feeling of being worried about what may / will happen. This restlessness or uneasiness of feeling leads to various psychological and physiological disorders such as loss of appetite, loss of sleep, headache, palpitation, sweating, trembling etc....   [tags: test and testing] 622 words
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Anxiety in the L2 Classroom - Introduction According to MacIntyre, et. al (1997, p. 266), “affective factors may systematically bias the self-assessment of language proficiency.” This statement helps me understand my L2 learning and provides a rationale for my experience this semester. In this paper, I will examine the role of anxiety in my concurrent L2 learning and my strategies in managing it. I will also examine the close relationship between my anxiety and motivation. My Background I grew up in a bilingual household, speaking both English and Tagalog....   [tags: Second Language Acquisition]
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Treatment of Anxiety and Depression - Recent seekers of healthcare services such as governments, insurance companies and individuals face a contemporary global crisis with paying exorbitant costs for healthcare services. This prohibitive cost has made an impact on recent debates between supporters for the importance of the treatment and deniers because of the highly cost. In the light of these clashes between advocates and deniers, a gesture appears from behind the scene attempt to offer a phenomenon. This phenomenon claims that physical therapy could provide an alternative therapeutic protocol with a higher quality and less expensively....   [tags: Effectiveness, Therapy, Pharmaceuticals] 947 words
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Depression and Anxiety in Adolescence - ... (Crosta, 2009) The research of anxiety and depression in relation to university students is one of high importance as university is a place where high performance is required in order to gain good results and plays a role in deciding the future of students who attend. While entrance to a university life or other tertiary education institutions is a joyous time, it can be a stressful life event for some students (Wong et al., 2006) During university, students face a number of new stressors during the transitional period of commencing a new life in university or college (Voelker, 2003) University calls for a significant change, where students experience many firsts, including new lifestyl...   [tags: suicide, friends, social interactions] 1343 words
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Age of Anxiety by W.H Auden - ... W.H collaborated with famous poets like Christopher Isherwood who was also a friend of his from grade school. As a young (The Light of Poetry John Johnson pages 45-46) Man he was influenced by Thomas Hardy and Robert Frost. Fame also came quickly For him by the second year at oxford he was the heart of a burgeoning group of young Poets and intellectuals. W.H also helps students around the campus to speak better grammar and to openly express themselves through writing. Though he graduated with astonishing low marks, he had already distinguished himself as a poet after he published his own chapbook....   [tags: the dead echo, poet]
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Social Phobia or Anxiety Disorder - Having anxiety is common and a part of everyday life however; there is a huge difference between a fear and a social phobia or anxiety disorder. The difference and important distinction psychoanalysts make between a fear and a phobia is “a true phobia must be inconsistent with the conscious learning experience of the individual” (Karon 1). Patients with true phobias “do not respond to cognitive therapy but do respond well to psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic therapy” (Karon 2). Social phobia is a serious anxiety disorder that should not be taken lightly or mistaken as a fear you will simply grow out of the older you get....   [tags: extreme shyness, isolation, bullied, rejected]
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Progressive Rekaxation Technique for Anxiety - ... Next, relax your shoulders, feeling the tension melt away. Now, feel your tummy. Center one hand right above your belly button. Put your other hand on top of that hand. Breathe in deeply and let out the breath slowly. Notice how your tummy rises and falls. (Repeat at least ten times.) 2. Next, we’ll begin to relax the muscles in your body. Pretend that you have an orange in your right hand and squeeze as hard as you can. (Hold the squeeze for about five seconds.) Pay attention to the tension in your muscles....   [tags: children, parents, breathing] 916 words
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Panic and Generalized Anxiety Disorders - Panic disorder and generalized anxiety according to the DSM-IV-TR are classified as anxiety disorder. In this paper we will be discussing panic and generalized anxiety disorder looking into the different aspects such as contributing theories and what appropriate treatment can be use to help ease the symptoms of these disorders. According to the DSM-IV-TR panic disorder is a recurrent panic attack. It typically begins with the sudden onset of intense apprehension, fear, or terror. Panic disorder is a serious condition that strikes without reason or warning, for example they do not occur immediately before or on exposure to a situation that almost always causes anxiety....   [tags: psycology, behavioral therapy]
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Television and Anxiety Among Youth - It is a problem that we can’t ignore, anxiety among youth has been increasing at a steady rate in the last five to seven decades. Although, some people like Peter Gray, who has a Ph.D. in psychology, and is a professor at Boston College, believe that it is because the steadily decreasing free time that children have (Gray), I believe it is something totally different. First of all, I believe that Gray’s opinion doesn’t make sense because the more leisure time one has, the more time one has to think, and be anxious....   [tags: disorder, future parents, children]
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Correlation between Asthma and Anxiety - ... They are a number of ways can help you ease the effects of stress. Exercise is a great way to burn of the effects of stress, make sure you get enough sleep as well. Learn plenty of relaxation exercises, such as progressive muscle relaxation, deep breathing or cleanse the negative thoughts. A cough-variant Asthma is the kind in which the main symptom is a dry, non-productive cough. A non-productive cough does not remove any mucus from the respiratory tract. People with this type of Asthma don’t usually have the normal symptoms of other kinds of Asthma such as wheezing or shortness of breath....   [tags: respiratory ailments] 1011 words
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Depression and Anxiety in Teens - Data gathered from responses to a popular personality test called the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, or MMPI for short, and analyzed by researchers from five different universities shows that there is as many as five times the number of teenagers suffering from anxiety and depression as there were in the early twentieth century. The exact cause of the sharp incline in identified mental disorders amongst our youth is still yet unknown. In order to curtail the escalating numbers we must identify the underlying issues that result in these troubling mindsets....   [tags: Mental Conditions, School Years] 763 words
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Eating, Bipolar and Anxiety Disorders - ... A few studies found that 15% of BDD (body dysmorphic disorder) patients had either bulimia nervosa or anorexia nervosa. Media also plays a big part into eating disorders, as images of a thin shape in celebrities and models sometimes make people attempt to become thin themselves. Media also disorts reality, making people look either naturally thin or unnaturally thin. Environmental, biological, and psychological abnormalities are a few causes of eating disorders. Sociocultural, interpersonal and social issues are also causes....   [tags: bulemia, anorexia nervosa, ]
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Workplace Stress and Anxiety Disorders - In the morning while getting ready to go to work you are experiencing a state of mind close to the panic. The day at work appears to you as a boundless minefield. In the evening after work you want to go to sleep right away and not to wake up. So, you are under stress, the cause of which - your professional activity. People while at work are often under psychological pressure. In the "risk group" fall supervisors and managers, people who work with clients, secretaries, salesmen, teachers and indeed, almost any job - the source of stress....   [tags: Work Place, Employees]
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Types of Anxiety Disorders - ... Types of Anxiety Disorders There are different types of anxiety disorders. They are accompanied by their anxiety disorder symptoms. People suffering from OCD or obsessive-compulsive disorder perform certain routines or rituals (also referred to as compulsions) religiously due to constant thoughts of worry and fear (also referred to as obsessions).People who suffer a panic disorder experience sudden and repeated feelings of terror, chest pains, sweating, a feeling of choking, palpitations characterized by unusually irregular and strong heartbeat which makes the person feel that he is experiencing a heart attack or that he is going insane....   [tags: signs, symptoms, discomfort] 531 words
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Attentional Bias Causes Anxiety - ... However, even though there seems to be a relationship between attentional bias and anxiety, we cannot definitely conclude that attentional bias causes anxiety. The threat words could indeed increase levels of anxiety, but that is not to say that attentional bias caused the anxiety to develop. Mathews and Macleod acknowledge this and explain that attentional bias may cause a vulnerability to anxiety, it may be a product of anxiety itself or other factors may have contributed to the results but this doesn’t mean that cognitive biases are a direct cause of anxiety....   [tags: crtical review, evidence, attention]
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Classifications for Anxiety Disorders - Are you or do you know someone, experiencing panic attacks or anxiety attacks. If so, it is important to be familiar with what these terms mean. Individuals frequently use panic and anxiety together, however; there are significant differences in the two and understanding the difference will make it easier to comprehend the relationship. Phobias are irrational fears that create interference within an individual’s daily routine. There are individuals who suffer from a phobia linked to pretty much any object or place imaginable....   [tags: Classification Essay] 563 words
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Managing Symptoms of Anxiety - Anxiety is uncomfortable and extremely difficult to manage. The symptoms one experiences while suffering an anxiety attack are very real, as well as, extremely scary for the person experiencing the attack. The symptoms often mimic those experienced during a heart attack, for instance: extreme sweating, blood pressure and heart rate go sky high, nausea and headache. Add these physical symptoms to the psychological symptoms and the individual's anxiety attack is in full swing. It is imperative for the individual to realize they can take control of their anxiety....   [tags: psychology] 506 words
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Anxiety in Young Adults - Have you ever felt like you were in a panic or fearful of something, if so then you are facing the common symptoms of anxiety. Anxiety in young adults is a great topic to lean towards due to this time in age where technology and social media is a factor. Many anxiety disorders in young adults are social phobias, generalized anxiety disorders (GAD), and panic attacks. We are currently in the twenty-first century and young adults are feared by many things called social phobias. For example, social phobias would be public speaking, which many people dread and some young adults fear this much more than others....   [tags: social phobias, depression]
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Panic Attacks and Anxiety - ... As a product of the body’s fight-or-flight response, anxiety involves a wide range of physical symptoms such as headaches, fatigue, sweating, and stomach upsets (Smith et al, 2013). Sometime it can affect with work, school or even your family household duties, when this start to happen you need to seek treatment. There are many treatments out here for panic attacks. If you go to the doctor and they see sign and symptoms of attacks, they will start a medical history and physical exam. It is not possible to use lab test to diagnose panic attacks; but they use several physical disease tests as the cause of indicator....   [tags: disorder, fear, medication]
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Performance Anxiety in Athletes - ... With researchers taking on the hurdle of creating a method or process to enhance mental toughness with the ultimate goal of reducing performance anxiety the 4 C's model was developed. This model consists of four pillars: 1. Challenge: seeing challenge as an opportunity. In scenario the challenge is overcoming performance anxiety as a competitor. 2. Confidence: having high level of self-belief, reflecting confidence in the way an athlete trains and competes. 3. Commitment: being able to stick to task, focusing on improving their competitive performance....   [tags: coach, stress, students] 564 words
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General Anxiety Disorder (GAD) - Mental disorder, two simple words that can stir up a storm of emotions. Habitually mistaken by general society as “deranged” or “unstable”, the words mental disorder, often, tend to have a negative cognition associated with them. This should not be the case. The misunderstanding that mental disorder is automatically equivalent of that to being psychotic and erratic leaves many individuals feeling isolated, and distressed to share their helplessness due to fear of social stigma. Further public education is required to eradicate this unfortunate social stigma....   [tags: Mental Disorder Essays]
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Anxiety Dreams: Sigmund Freud - Can anxiety dreams help reveal a person’s unconscious thoughts. According to the father of psychoanalysis, they can. For Sigmund Freud, dreams expressed repressed or unconscious wishes. He claimed that anxiety dreams are dreams in which painful feelings are experienced as a result of a repressed wish being expressed. The anxiety is caused by a conflict between what people know to be morally wrong and what they unconsciously wish. Analyzing anxiety dreams can give people insight of their unconscious worries or fears....   [tags: unconscious thoughts, worries, fears]
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Ways To Fix Anxiety - AAAAAHHH I think going to die of a heart attack. Anxiety is the biggest problem in my life. Even though I spend a lot of time worried and stressed for no reason at all. It makes me seem as if I am going crazy because others notice that I have a problem, and it feels as if I am having a heart attack. I spend entirely too much time being worried and stressed for nothing; I seem to just have to find things to worry about. For instance I just got a new boss, for two weeks the rumor mill at work has churned out rumors and statements that had created a large amount of anxiety....   [tags: Personal Health] 914 words
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