ANXIETY IS A SERIOUS MENTAL ILLNESS BUT
IT CAN BE CURED
Lucille Jean L. Foja
In partial fulfilment of the requirements in Communication Arts II
Thesis statement: Anxiety is a serious mental illness but it can be cured
I. What is Anxiety?
B. Panic disorder
C. Generalized anxiety disorder
D. Social anxiety disorder
II. Why is it serious?
B.Symtpoms categories of anxiety disorders
III. How can it be cured?
Feeling anxious is a conscious event that makes up every individuals life. Anxiety is normal in situations such as before taking exams, first time riding a roller coaster or things that is new and uncomfortable for an individual.
Anxiety however, becomes a disorder when one feel anxious most of the time without any apparent reason. It causes a person to be emotionally aware when something is done or happening occasionally to a great degree. This could immediately terrify and immobilize the person. The response in awareness is caused by brain chemistry imbalances which give a sense of fear, dread, or apprehension.
The information from the brain compel by command to release a sensation called an alarm reaction that can greatly affect our normal alarm system or the flight freeze response.
Changes inside the body and mind that is evident when having an anxiety disorder include as fast heartbeat, recessive sweating, dizziness and more. Each symptom is present in each kind of anxiety chaos where some people possess features of more than one type of disorder.
In this present paper, four types of anxiety disorder will be discussed. It will elaborate the symptoms and differences of phobias, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorders and social anxiety disorders. Despite the fact that anxiety is a serious mental illness, it can be cured with the help of treatment centres, drugs or medicines and doctors that can give
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