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Both medications and behavioral therapy are used in the treatment of anxiety disorders. Many patients require both in order to achieve maximum treatment response.
For the study, researchers assessed alcoholism, social anxiety disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, agoraphobia, and specific phobias through interviews with 2,801 adult Norwegian twins.
The treatment of anxiety disorders may be complicated by the potential presence of comorbid psychiatric disorders, including other anxiety disorders, mood disorders, substance use disorders and personality disorders.
Riaz Ahmed Raja further said that there are several recognized anxiety disorders including people with this condition having feelings of terror that strike suddenly.
With regard to medications, it is being increasingly appreciated that, despite SSRIs being most popularly known as antidepressants, these medications actually may be as efficacious or even more efficacious in the management of anxiety disorders. This class remains the cornerstone of medication treatment, and a brief review of current options follows.
"Anxiety Relief for Kids", provides a wealth of information regarding the specific anxiety disorder of children, and how to respond to it.
Objective: To translate and validate Generalized Anxiety Disorder -7scale in Urdu, for use in Pakistan in the primary healthcare setups.
Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) affects over (http://www.adaa.org/about-adaa/press-room/facts-statistics) 3 percent of the U.S.
The treatment package for major depression and anxiety disorder includes medication, talk therapy, stress management techniques, nutritional supplementation and lifestyle changes.
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