Anxiety, what is it?
Anxiety Symptoms, Diagnosis, And Treatment
Feeling nervousness, fear, and anxiousness in a manner that is hard to control is a sign of anxiety. It is the most common mental health problem in the European Union.
Every person feels anxiety at a different level; some may experience mild anxiety treated with a careful plan. Others have severe symptoms that are difficult to manage.
Our experienced doctors can understand how difficult it is to live with anxiety. They will carefully listen to your symptoms and help you get the most effective treatment.
Anxiety can affect everyone
Anyone can get affected by anxiety. Although it can occur due to different reasons in life.
Older people tend to feel anxiety due to retirement and loss of the routine.
Students feel this due to the pressure of the exam and the process of finding jobs.
People under 35 are often exposed to pressure to achieve everything, which society regards it as usual.
Middle-aged people may feel anxious because their children plan to leave the house.
Women with menopause also suffer from anxiousness.
People tend to feel anxious without any apparent or particular reason, and it is considered the most challenging condition to be recognized.
Regardless of the category, getting proper help to treat such mental health issues is vital.
It has a wide range of physical and psychological symptoms. There is no need to get all of them diagnosed; some people experience two to three symptoms.
It can affect life in numerous ways when people continuously feel worried; they may encounter chest pain, loss of appetite and insomnia. If these issues are not treated at the right time, it can significantly negatively impact your life and cause long-term health issues.
During the online consultation, our doctors will ask about your feelings and how long you have been suffering from them.
Your conversation with the doctor is entirely confidential, so do not worry and answer each question honestly to get the proper treatment. With the provided information, our doctors can diagnose whether it is an anxiety disorder or any other problem.
Before suggesting any treatment, it is important to identify the cause of anxiety. Potential causes for anxiety may include:
Traumatic life events
Before prescribing any medication or treatment, our doctors will consider numerous actors to determine the appropriate treatment for you. They will ask about the severity of the symptoms and your medical history.
The most common treatments for anxiety are:
Talking therapy or CBT
A combination of both
Anxiety often occurs with the symptoms of depression; if you have symptoms for both, our doctors will modify the treatment plan accordingly.
Anxiety during pregnancy
Feeling anxiety during pregnancy is considered normal — general for the women who get pregnant for the first time. However, if you feel that your symptoms are getting severe, you should doctor immediately.
The doctors will help you with the situation and will suggest suitable treatment that will protect you and your baby.