Stress also causes a person to feel as if his brain is always tired and fatigued think. .Stress changes someone's attitude from one patient to irritability and always complains. Sometimes, a person is also showing feeling worried, upset and crying easily. Uncontrollable stress causes anxiety, sensitivity, depression, insomnia and loss of appetite. Next is also the stress of discomfort to a person.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is a chronic and often disabling condition that is associated with uncontrollable worry and tension. The vicious cycle of anxiety and worry interferes with relationships, careers, and education, and often leads to depression. This disorder is much more than the normal anxiety that everyone experiences from time to time, and can be crippling in its severity. GAD is unlikely to disappear without proper treatment, and often worsens over time. Physical manifestations of GAD often include headaches, trembling, twitching, fatigue, irritability, frustration, muscle tension, and inability to concentrate.
Being anxious can have multiple physical effects on an individuals health. The problem occurs when the fight or flight response is triggered daily by excessive worrying and fear. Due to this being activated, the individual may feel nauseous, trembling and twitching and muscle tension or experience digestive disorders and coronary artery disease. In the worst case a heart attack may present its self. By feeling anxious about completing everyday life activities, the individual may distant themselves from participating in physical activity which may lead to obesity, cardiovascular disease and some cancers.
They also are very sensitive. Anxious distress causes people to have unusual restlessness or worry too much. Mixed features is simultaneous with depression and mania. That is when someone talks too much and is racing thoughts and ideas. Melancholic features leaves them with a lack of response to something that used to bring them happiness.
But like the saying goes ‘too much of something is bad’, anxiety can easily become a problem. In this case, anxiety becomes a problem when it translates to stress. Been anxious for prolonged time and in continuous manner creates stress, and stress in overdose is bad for health and wellbeing. You know you have crossed from simply being anxious to being stressed when: you start having panic attacks, you become sad or depressed, start feeling pressured and hurried, you become easily irritable and moody, you have difficulty concentrating and making decisions, feeling overwhelmed, excessively eating, drinking and smoking or misusing drugs. For some other people it translates to physical symptoms such as headaches, stomach cramps, chest pains, and allergic reactions such as a skin rash, pimples etc.
Victims feel powerless to stop the situation. They often fear retaliation, for example with grades or recommendations. They fear that their complaints will not be taken seriously, or that they will be perceived as causing trouble. Victims often blame themselves, and fear that others will also blame them, even though it is the harassing person's authority or influence that has been misused. Victims often have physical symptoms of stress, such as stomach problems or headaches.
The person may show inappropriate and intense anger or rage with temper tantrums, constant brooding and resentment, feelings of deprivation, and a loss of control or fear of loss of control over angry feelings. There are also identity disturbances with confusion and uncertainty about self-identity, sexuality, life goals and values, career choices, friendships. There is a deep-seated feeling that one is flawed, defective, damaged or bad in some way, with a tendency to go to extremes in thinking, feeling or behavior. Under extreme stress or in severe cases there can be brief psychotic episodes with loss of contact with reality or bizarre behavior or symptoms. Even in less severe instances, there is often significant disruption of relationships and work performance.
Depression and Finding Help Depression is defined as an illness; the feelings of depression persist and interfere with a child or adolescent’s ability to function. Depression can be a very difficult and painful experience that affects not only the individual suffering from it, but also the people around them. There comes a point in some peoples’ lives where social isolation, low energy, sadness, low self-esteem, and the feeling of hopelessness, cannot be taken anymore. The feelings are so strong and persistent, that the victim becomes severely unhappy, which can then result in depression. Clinical depression has many related symptoms trouble sleeping, eating disorders, withdrawal and inactivity, self-punishment, and loss of pleasure.
These physical symptoms can be treated with over the counter medication and rest, but they will not stop the anxiety and negative thoughts. Negative thoughts arise from thinking that other people are judging them in a negative way, not being able to communicate, being lonely, and usually get worse the more time the disorder is untreated. Social anxiety usually starts in the late teens and early adulthood. It can be inherited from family, caused by an imbalance of hormones in the brain, or by a traumat... ... middle of paper ... ...l anxiety does not trust anyone, and will often come to wrong conclusions on what people think of them. Sufferers develop low self-esteem from thinking that they are different from not being able to communicate properly and thinking that other people are thinking of them in a humiliating and negative way.
Avoidant personality disorders like to avoid activities that involve personal contact with anyone. People with avoidant personality disorders do not like the sense of disapproval. With this disorder people have a lot of behavioral or performance restraint. People with this disorder are very timid in personal relationships and social activities. After avoidant personality disorders is dependent personality disorders.