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Symptoms Of Anxiety Neurosis
One cause of anxiety: "neurosis" was freud's term for symptoms resulting from unconscious emotional conflict. Many such symptoms were identified. He believed that anxiety resulted when unacceptable unconscious material threatened to rise to consciousness. Nowadays we believe this is only one cause of anxiety. A variety of medical, as well as psychological, factors can lead to it as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neurosis is a class of functional mental disorders involving distress but neither delusions nor hallucinations, whereby behavior is not outside socially acceptable norms. It is also known as psychoneurosis or neurotic disorder, and thus those suffering from it are said to be neurotic. The term essentially describes an "invisible injury" ...Read more
Not much: Neurosis is a name that us not used any more. ...Read more
Different concepts: Generalized anxiety disorder (gad) is a symptom-defined category in the diagnostic and statistical manual that all mental health professionals use. It describes people who are very anxious, worry a lot, are tense, irritable, easily fatigued, have trouble concentrating, etc. "neurosis" is a psychodynamic concept -- disorder marked by inner conflict, anxiety, & unconscious defenses against this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I am 45 yrs old male. Daily I am taking tablet trika. 25 for anxiety neurosis as per doctors advice it is taking past 6 years. It make any problem about my health in future. Need commense?
Unclear: Trika, aka alprazolam, is a short-acting anti-anxiety drug which has advantages and disadvantages. Your question does not state: total daily dose, efficacy, side-effects. At low dose (eg 1.5 mg or less daily), long-term problems are unlikely though habituation/addiction are common with this drug making wiithdrawal sometimes difficult. ...Read more
I am suffering from hypocondriasis. Now I am in a doubt tht this anxiety neurosis may lead to any type of psychoses disease, psychiatry?
Hypochondriasis: Hypochondriasis alone does not usually lead to psychosis, even though the worrying that comes with it can be very frightening. You need a good primary care doctor, a psychiatrist, and probably a therapist all working together with you, for the best results. Sometimes medicines help. Talk therapy can help you change the way you think about things, and that is invaluable. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I am suffering from COPD and anxiety neurosis. Even if I am relaxed I still feel the lump in my throat due to anxiety neurosis. How to get rid of this?
I've muscle tightness in my throat (with a lump)and shoulder which usually is due to anxiety neurosis I don't feel anxious. I'm very happy. Wat to do?
Check your thyroid: Interestingly, the throat lump could be a thyroid problem, a gland in your neck, in front of your voice box sitting like a bow tie. It can produce nodules or lumps that secrete excess thyroid hormone, causing hyperthyroidism. Some of the major symptoms of hyperthyroidism are: anxiety- like states with tremors, sweating, nervousness w/out cause, diarrhea, weight loss, muscle tension. See your md. ...Read more
Anxiety symptoms: Some symptoms: a feeling of dread; worrying about things; overwhelming fear; rapid breathing; fast pulse; sweating; trembling; heart pounding & palpitations; nausea; dizziness; chest pressure & difficulty catching breath; numbness & tingling on face & body; exaggerated "startle" reflex; feeling of being detached from the world; etc. See a mental health professional for help with this. ...Read more
Many: Anxiety is worry out of proportion to threat. Every little thing can cause fear. Every possible stimulus can cause upset. You imagine the worst outcome of every situation. You can have trouble sleeping or sleep too much. You can lose your appetite or over-eat. You can shake. Anti-depressant medicines are often used for anxiety. See a doctor to sort it out. It might be depression. Hope this is help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cognitive Therapy: Cognitive behavioral therapy is a very good treatment for anxiety.Situations evoke feeling in us and the feeling depends on our thoughts. Negative thoughts can cause us to feel anxious, angry, depressed. ..And the idea is identifying our negative thoughs and change our way of thinking. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
See below: Some medical conditions might also have anxiety symptoms. Make sure you discuss your concerns with your primary care provider to rule out anything medical going on. Find a mental health professional to help you work on triggers for your anxiety. Consider meds if symptoms become overwhelming. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anxiety: Anxiety can be very disturbing feeling. Bring on edge worrying about every thing shaking irritability lack of concentration poor sleep upset stomach nausea headache geralized aches and pains breathing difficulties hyper ventilating mind going blank. Thete could be lot of varied symptoms best would be to get an eval with psychiatrist to get clear diagnosis treatment a lot good treatment available. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anxiety: Anxiety or worry is a psychological & physiological state characterized by somatic, cognitive, emotional & behavioral features. It signifies fear/concern/unpleasant sensations/ dread. It causes restlessness, fatigue, muscle tension & concentration difficulties. It is considered a normal reaction to a stressor, unless it interferes with daily functioning or causes significant distress, as in panic. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
ANXIETY: Common symptoms are feelings of apprehensive, powerless, impending doom, panic, rapid heart rate, hyperventilation, sweating, trembling, feeling weak or tired. These are consistent with sympathetic nervous system activation that may be related to scary thoughts. Deep breathing can send a parasympathetic volley to the heart and reduce anxiety. Therapy & certain medications can help tremendously. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: Talk to your physician to see if there is a physical basis for anxiety, work on finding out what makes you anxious. Try to establish daily routine to bring some predictability in your day; practice deep breathing, relaxation/ guided imagery (you can find scripts on the web); you can work with a therapist to help you guide through the process. Consider medication, if symptoms become overwhelming. ...Read more
Many: Common psychological symptoms include nervousness, worry, feeling disconnected or like you are not in your body, and repetitive/obsessive thoughts. Common physical symptoms include shaking, sweating, feeling hot, feeling like your heart is racing, feeling short of breath, feeling like you may pass out or have a heart attack, nausea, feeling like you have to go to the bathroom, etc. ...Read more
Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying. These disorders affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious ...Read more