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GAD is excessive worry and tension on day to day basis, which can be defined as an anticipating disorder where an individual finds it difficult to control the worry. Their tension and anxiety are unwarranted which results in frequent panics, concentration problems and troubles in sleeping. 
People suffering from GAD find it difficult to control the tension, which is often self created and they worry excessively about daily routines, health, money, family, work, college. Sometimes when this condition becomes severe the person finds it difficult to function properly at home or at work. 
This condition should have been present for a minimum period of 6 months accompanied by minimum 3 of the following symptoms 

  • Being easily fatigued 

  • Restlessness 

  • Constant worry 

  • Irritability 

  • Muscle tension 

  • Difficulty in concentration 

  • Mind going blank 

  • Sleep disturbances 


Phobia is an extreme reaction to a specific object or situation which provokes immediate fear and anxiety, which is often exaggerated in the context of danger that is being possessed by the object or situation. 

These situations or objects provokes a fanatical physical and psychological reaction, which has significant distress resulting in impairment of social, occupational and other important areas of functioning. 

It should last for a minimum period of 6 months to be diagnosed as Phobia; some of the examples are fear of heights, animals, injection. 

  • High blood pressure 

  • Chest pains 

  • Rapid heart rate 

  • Nausea 

  • Excessive sweating 

  • Dry mouth 

  • Feeling of chills in the body 

  • Shaky hands 

  • Choking 

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