It is normal to feel anxious about an important interview, exams or a major event. When does this anxiety become a disorder? It is when anxiety becomes
excessive, blown out-of-proportion and the
intense worry impairs a person’s ability to perform daily tasks.
Individuals with anxiety disorders typically experience restlessness, irritability, problems with sleep and concentration. They may also avoid particular situations which cause intense distress or discomfort. In addition, they may seek medical attention frequently, as physical symptoms of anxiety disorders (e.g. heart palpitations, breathing difficulties, feeling faint or dizzy, and sweatiness) are often mistaken for health problems.
Specifically, anxiety disorders can be classified into the following:
If you or someone you know is having anxiety issues, or are feeling unsure, seek professional help by contacting CHAT for a
mental health check.
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