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Anxiety is an abnormal and overwhelming sense of apprehension and fear, ranging from mild unease to intense fear, often marked by physiological signs such as sweating, tension and increased pulse. Everyone experiences a certain amount of apprehension and nervousness in a stressful situation, but when the anxiety state becomes prolonged or excessive, medical help is advised. Anxiety disorders are one of the most frequent mental disorders experienced in clinical practice. There are several types of anxiety disorders including generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorders (with or without agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, phobic disorders (a specific type of phobia), acute stress disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder (American Psychiatric Association. Diagnostic and statistical manual of Mental Disorders, 4th ed. DSM-IV, Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press; 1994:393-444). Over 19 million Americans suffer from some form of anxiety. Panic disorders are more often seen in women than men.

Signs and Symptoms

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General Anxiety Symptoms

- Excessive anxiety for at least six months, about numerous events and activities not related to drug abuse
- Excessive worry
- Muscle tension
- Restlessness
- Irritability
- Difficult time concentrating
- Insomnia
- Excessive weakness and fatigue
- Nightmares
- Nervousness

Panic Attack Symptoms

Panic attacks start as a series of intense, overwhelming fear attacks that come on unexpectedly. They usually last around 20-30 minutes. After the panic attack, the person fears another attack and may modify their behavior in order to avoid a situation related to the panic attacks. Panic attacks can include at least four of the following symptoms:

- Profuse sweating
- Hot flashes
- Heart palpitations
- Throbbing or stabbing pains
- Tendency to sigh or hyperventilate
- A feeling of tightness and inability to take in enough air
- Feeling of choking
- Dryness of mouth
- Dizziness
- Hypervigilance (increased self-awareness and alertness)
- Body tingling
- Trembling or shaking
- Chest pain
- Digestive complaints or nausea
- Fear of losing control or dying