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Most people have had the experience of being worried and fidgeting. In fact, anxiety is the natural emotional response of human beings in the face of crisis. Its function is to increase alertness and make people take actions to avoid danger and deal with current difficulties in order to survive the danger. Therefore, appropriate and transient anxiety is normal and has a positive effect. However, if anxiety persists for a long time and is not handled properly, it can extend up to anxiety treatment. Not only will it not help to deal with life problems, but serious ones will damage physical and mental health.

There is no medicine that removes anxiety and tension on the same day and it has no side or addictive effects. We would really advise you to subject yourself to other mechanisms to relieve anxiety and tension, with exercise, relaxation and positive thinking, and if you really want to take an anti-anxiety and mood-enhancing drug, their condition must meet the following criteria and for a person to be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder. One need to get to consult Online Psychologist or his personal medical expert.

It was mainly an acute feeling of intense anxiety and fear, daily and for at least six months. A difficulty was facing and resisting feeling anxious. Feeling an anxiety attack with many specific symptoms, such as

  1. Feeling nervous and tense
  2. Difficulty concentrating
  3. Feeling muscle tense
  4. Sleep disturbances
  5. Feeling a fit of anxiety creates a sense of acute distress that hinders the regular and ordinary course of life
  6. Feeling anxious unrelated to other medical / health conditions or problems, such as a panic attack or addictive substances.

Complications of anxiety

An anxiety disorder causes the person more than just feeling anxious, as it may cause (or aggravate) difficult and dangerous diseases, among which can be Anxiety treatment

Anxiety treatment is comprised of two primary therapies, drug, and psychotherapy, each separately or both.

Periods of trial and error may be required to determine which treatment is most appropriate and useful for a particular patient, and which treatment the patient feels comfortable with.

Counselling Therapy for anxiety :

It includes receiving help and support from mental health professionals, through conversation and listening.

In this context, specialists may ask questions about concerns, fears, and a general feeling of comfort and well-being.

They may ask whether the patient has any compulsive behaviour that accompanies him to ensure that he does not suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder. He may be asked to fill out a psychological questionnaire and undergo a comprehensive examination to diagnose other medical conditions that may be causing concern.

To be diagnosed with an anxiety disorder, it must conform with the standards published in the “Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders – DSM.” The American Psychiatric Association publishes it.

  • Resorting to addictive substances
  • Restlessness and a feeling of depression
  • Gastrointestinal or intestinal disorders
  • Headache
  • Grating teeth (especially during sleep).
  • Diagnosing an anxiety disorder requires a comprehensive psychological evaluation by mental health professionals.


Fifteen percent of the elderly suffer from anxiety, which is the most common type of illness among all mental illnesses. Women, low education, less support from family and friends, with who have more than three types of chronic diseases and the elderly living in institutions, are at higher risk of anxiety. To get more about the Anxiety and its counselling therapy, Have a free Online counselling chat by signing up with our Counselling App

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