Often I am asked about anxiety. The reason that I am asked about anxiety, is that many people suffer from it. Anxiety can harm one’s life, impact one’s relationships with family and friends, and be generally debilitating. In this article I want to explain what I believe to be are the causes of anxiety. I’ve done extensive research both at a professional and academic level on the topics, and I want to provide guidance as to what causes anxiety, and how anxiety can be managed or mitigated.
It is thought that a number of factors contribute to anxiety symptoms, which can then develop into disorders. Most anxious people probably have genes that cause them to develop anxiety disorders. But that doesn’t mean that if there is a mental health problem in the family, you can’t also develop anxiety. It is a normal and extremely common reaction to occasionally feel that an event or situation is challenging or threatening to you. This can put you at risk of anxiety, but it can also cause a number of other problems, such as depression, anxiety disorders and even suicide.
There are many different causes of anxiety disorders, each of which has slightly different symptoms and treatments. There are various factors that can contribute to the development of an anxiety disorder, such as age, gender, race, ethnicity, physical or mental health, age at onset of the disorder and other factors, as well as a number of factors.
This means that heredity traits can play an important role in determining who is affected by panic disorders. The exact cause of the panic disorder is not known, but it is found in about one in 10,000 people in the US, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Since not every fear is as easy as pointing to a particular moment, it can be difficult to find a cause at all, especially in the early stages of anxiety. When I first started feeling anxious it had to do with my performance as a musician. I got deeply nervous that I would make errors and be considered bad at playing either guitar or piano. I started to twitch and often lost my appetite.
Most people believe that the environment plays a triggering role in anxiety disorders, and some people try to avoid situations that trigger or worsen their symptoms. This might seem obvious but a change in scenery has certainly helped me. If you have a family history of anxiety, you may also suffer from an anxiety disorder, such as post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, or obsessive compulsive disorder. Be especially mindful if your anxiety was developed early in life according to the Anxiety and Depression Research Institute.
There are several types of anxiety disorders, including Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), Panic Disorder, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. Concern often focuses on worries, but persistent worry and tension can be accompanied by other symptoms, such as feeling marginalized or slightly exhausted, according to the American Psychiatric Association. Physical symptoms of pain often develop in childhood, but the symptoms can spread into adulthood and cause physical and psychological problems.
The causes of anxiety disorders are currently unknown, but they are likely to affect a variety of factors, including genetics, environment, psychology and development. Anxiety disorders can occur in families, suggesting that a combination of genes and environmental stress can cause the disorder. Studies support the idea that some families suffer from anxiety disorders because they have a higher – than average – amount of it among relatives. Moreover genetic factors such as long-term illness, stress and environmental factors are often associated with the development of anxiety disorders.
In certain diseases, such as diabetes, anxiety disorders can be caused by chemical imbalances in the body. The physical symptoms of anxiety disorder can easily be confused with those of other mental disorders such as depression, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and bipolar disorder, but they are not the same. Studies have shown that severe and long-lasting stress can alter the balance of chemicals in the brain that control moods and cause anxiety.
Studies have also shown that anxiety disorders can occur in families, meaning they can be inherited from one parent to another, such as hair or eye colour. Anxiety disorders can also be triggered in people who have an inherited susceptibility to the development of the disorder. The onset of an anxiety disorder can also be triggered by other factors, such as a family history of depression, anxiety or other mental health problems.
Anyone can be affected by an anxiety disorder if the worries become so severe that they disrupt their daily work. Anxiety disorders are so common that one in ten children and teenagers have anxiety disorders. It is estimated that up to 80% of patients who use psychiatric services such as psychiatric hospitals do so because of their alcohol or benzodiazepine dependence. So if you are looking to kick anxiety out of your life – and need help – reliance on alcohol is a dangerous path to go down.