Anxiety is a disorder of the psyche manifested in a person’s tendency to often experience anxiety and fear in relation to various life situations. This special mental condition can be a sign of other types of anxiety disorders of the psyche, such as:

  • Neurotic Anxiety;
  • Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD);
  • Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD).

Even minor difficulties in the person’s life can be a reason for anxiety.

The resulting feeling of anxiety can be a physiological basis of temperament, which is closely related to:

  • dynamics of mental activity;
  • type of nervous system.

Anxiety disorder causes a strong emotional discomfort, which has a serious negative impact on the process of the person’s social adaptation and generally negatively affects the quality of his life.

The sense of anxiety for a person is a natural phenomenon and usually lasts only a small amount of time. It is important to understand the difference between anxiety as a natural response to a stressful situation and as symptoms of a mental disorder.

The main symptoms of anxiety can be conditionally divided into two groups that are a combination of manifestations and features of a mental illness:


  • Anxiety associated with depressiontachycardia;
  • dizziness;
  • stomach ache;
  • various sleep disorders;
  • flatulence and diarrhea;
  • frequent urge to urinate;
  • obsessive thoughts;
  • increased muscle tone.


  • a tendency to avoid situations requiring social activity;
  • lack of desire for collective activity;
  • strong emotional tension when interacting with strangers;
  • extreme sensitivity to the opinions of others;
  • great excitement when communicating, because of the possibility to seem stupid or uninteresting.

Generally, anxiety is a genetically conditioned disease of the psyche and is transmitted from parents to children. In addition, the reason for anxiety occurrence can be experiences of various negative life situations, such as:

  • difficulties in family relations;
  • a serious accident;
  • lack of sleep and emotional exhaustion;
  • deterioration of economic and / or social situation;
  • severe chronic disease;
  • death of a loved one.

Psychoemotional disorder is often related to chronic diseases contributing to their progression and unfavorable course.

Anxiety may provoke development of many diseases associated with:

  • cardiovascular system;
  • upper and lower respiratory tract;
  • gastrointestinal tract.

The basis of behavioral psychotherapy is an application of various anti-anxiety drugs contributing to the treatment and maintenance of the patient’s mental health, including:

  • AnxietyAtivan;
  • Xanax;
  • Diazepam.

Anxiety treatment tactics also includes a complex of therapeutic measures for the patient’s psychological rehabilitation, which helps:

  • think rationally;
  • cope with anxiety;
  • find optimism;
  • develop a positive strategy for the development of further life;
  • restore the sense of self-worth.

The state of anxiety has a serious mental pressure on the patient, and it is therefore necessary to start anxiety treatment already after the first symptoms occurrence.