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Anxiety disorders

Mental health (anxiety & anxiety disorders)

restlessness, or edginess, fatigue, poor concentration, irritability, muscle tension, sleep disturbance Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Occurring more days than not; At least 6 months duration Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Excessive anxiety and worry about variety of real life problems Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
Panic Attack Differ from Anxiety because: – Sudden onset of attack _* Situational bound – Discrete, self-limiting nature of symptoms – Paroxysmal symptom profile – Severe , distressing symptoms _ *May be Cued or un-cued
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder are treated w/ what class of psychotropics SRRIs
characteristic & signs/symptoms of panic attack racing/pounding, chest pain,difficulty breathing, fear of losing control, dizziness/lightheaded, fear of dying,nausea, tingling, numbness & overwhelming terror.
in PTSD there has to be ___ ___ ___ of __/__ death or __ __ to: Traumatic Event Exposure Actual/threatened death or serious injury to
Perhaps most important physiological trait in coping for persons w/ PTSD Resilience.
anti-anxiety classes of medication (3) Benzodiazepine, Atypical anxiolytic/nonbarbiturate anxiolytics & SSRIs
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