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What is a Social Anxiety Disorder?

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Social anxiety is often misperceived as shyness, but it can develop into a severe mental health disorder. It is the chronic fear of embarrassment, scrutinization and humiliation around others. Social anxiety disorder stems from having high standards for what’s socially acceptable. With therapy, such as social skills training, and medication, social anxiety can be managed easily.

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    Do you feel panicky or nervous before a social situation?

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    Are you afraid or deeply concerned about what others may think about you in social circumstances?

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    Do you keep away from social circumstances due to fear or uneasiness?

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    Do you fear or avoid gatherings where you don’t know people well?

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    Are you gripped by fear when you have to speak, present, or do something in front of people or when friends and family sing happy birthday to you?

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    Do you think others are judging you as stupid, reckless, poorly dressed, weak, boring or uncool when in a social setting?

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    Question 7 of 10

    When in social gatherings, do you stress over the fact that people may identify that you are nervous, sweaty, blushing, or stammering/choking on words?

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    Are you conscious of yourself in a social setting, such as when a person mentions you in a conversation, complements you in front of others, or a professor asks you a question in front of the whole class?

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    Do you interrupt a speaker to say something else during a conversation in social settings?

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    Are your relationships, school life, or work-life affected by social uneasiness?

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    Anxiety disorder is one of the most common mental health disorders in the USA, and across the globe. Constant and overwhelming fear and worry are the defining characteristics of anxiety disorder. This is unlike the normal anxiety where the fear and worry are occasional, as dictated by circumstances.  Anxiety disorder is a serious mental condition that can get in the way of living a healthy and fulfilling life. It may affect all areas of life, from personal relationships, to school work, and performance at work.

    The results or findings of both self-assessments and online anxiety disorder tests can give you a good idea of whether you need to see a therapist. Mental health professionals use the criteria given by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). The manual is a publication of the American Psychiatric Association.  The mental health specialist will use psychological questionnaires, and ask questions relating to your medical history and symptoms.

    Mental health professionals may also conduct a physical exam, and run blood, urine, and other tests, to rule out other medical conditions.

    The National Institute of Mental Health lists 5 major types of anxiety disorders as follows:

    • Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
    • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
    • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
    • Panic Disorder
    • Social Anxiety previously referred to as a social phobia

    There are signs and symptoms specific to each type of anxiety disorder.

    The standard treatment protocols for anxiety falls into two categories, that is, medication and psychotherapy.

     Psychopharmacology has been proven a safe and highly effective strategy for treating various types of anxiety disorders. Top among the medications typically used to manage and treat anxiety include antidepressants, and sedatives or tranquilizers such as benzodiazepines.

    Psychotherapy, on the other hand, involves speaking to a mental health professional. Also called talk therapy, the mental health specialist will use a combination of several techniques to help with your anxiety disorder.

    How long the treatment will last vary from one person to the next. You can expect best results within a reasonably short time if you follow instructions about dosage and keep up with your psychotherapy sessions. Some medications will be prescribed on a short-term basis, whereas others will be prescribed for use as part of a long-term treatment strategy for your anxiety disorder.



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