5 common anxiety disorders in working people

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5 common anxiety disorders in working people.

Working age and accumulated stress caused by work. little rest financial and social pressures Starting a new life on your own, etc., is a source of anxiety disorder that you may be suffering from without even realizing it.

Information from Paolo Phaholyothin Hospital indicates that anxiety disorder is a type of psychiatric disorder that many Thai people are at risk of and suffer from. According to the Department of Mental Health. More than one hundred thousand Thai people suffer from anxiety disorders.

Anxiety disorder is not just a level of anxiety that many people call “overthinking” but is an abnormal functioning of neurotransmitters in the brain that are not balanced. Or it may come from genetics. and various causes But it is definitely a disease that requires close treatment from a doctor. Report form ทางเข้า ufabet

Causes of anxiety disorders

There are many causes of anxiety disorders such as:

  • congenital
  • environment
  • Raising or imitating behavior from parents or close people
  • Experiencing various events that causes anxiety disorder

5 common anxiety disorders in working people

Generalized Anxiety Disorder

It is a symptom of people who are worried about general issues. in everyday life such as exams, job search, money, family, loved ones, health, etc., which can be managed to reduce anxiety by oneself by solving problems that arise directly But if your anxiety is so high that you are unable to relieve your anxiety by yourself for more than 6 months, it may affect your body in more obvious ways, such as becoming restless, unable to concentrate, irritable, mood swings, insomnia, etc. If symptoms occur like this You should see a doctor immediately.

Panic Disorder

Panic disorder or panic disorder It is anxiety that is greater than anyone else’s. Until you can’t control yourself. Worrying even about trivial things, such as fear of death even though the disease is not difficult to cure. or have only mild symptoms or fear that others will criticize or gossip about oneself behind one’s back Worrying to the point of showing visible symptoms such as sweating, dizziness, palpitations, rapid heartbeat, fainting, etc. If there are severe symptoms You should see a doctor immediately.

Social Phobia

Worried about other people’s eyesight In a society that will look at us and think of us, we will be nervous and not have confidence. Afraid of the eyes of those around you gazing at you. If you are very worried There may be obvious symptoms such as redness of the face, sweating, nausea, rapid heartbeat, headaches, and may occur in people who appear very normal on the outside. Doesn’t show any symptoms until he or she is surrounded by people who expect him or her. The cause may be from an upbringing that did not give him confidence. lack of social skills Including abnormal functioning of the nervous system and brain.

Specific phobias ( Phobia)

In Thai society, there are quite a few people. Who have specific phobias as well, such as fear of blood, fear of insects, fear of holes, fear of darkness, fear of heights, fear of small spaces, fear of water, etc. Even though the thing they are afraid of doesn’t seem to make sense. But I couldn’t force myself to stop being afraid. And try to avoid directly confronting it. There are many symptoms found. Most symptoms are shock, cold hands, cold body, sweating, difficulty breathing, etc.

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

It is anxiety that arises from over and over thinking. It makes you respond to the same events repeatedly, such as walking in and out of the house to check the neatness of the house too often, etc., even though it’s not a very severe symptom. But doing something over and over again can be a waste of time. Including creating difficulties for yourself if you often have to travel back and forth over long distances. or do something repeatedly until the work is not progressing If you suspect that you may have obsessive compulsive disorder. You should consult a doctor.