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Anxiety neurosis: Definition
Anxiety neurosis is a neurosis unstructured characterized by a painful feeling of waiting, imminent danger and fear irrelevant. The anxiety is not in itself a pathological phenomenon because it is constitutive of existence (existential angst) but its repetition, its irrationality, its intensity that makes it pathological. Also called ‘generalized anxiety disorder’ in its diffuse and chronic (more than 6 months), it can sometimes take a paroxysmal character in the panic attack. Read the rest of this entry »
Migraine results from a dysfunction of the vascular and nervous systems. And certainly, the disease is a family business. Here’s what we know because of migraine. In other words, very little. More is known about the events that trigger seizures, migraine, once installed.
To tame the migraine, and most preferably prevent, it is essential to know the risk situations of crisis, awakening the disease. Many factors can trigger them, whose patients are not always aware: lack of sleep, alcohol, rules, stress, chocolate … Read the rest of this entry »
Besides happiness, sadness, anger, fear and shame is one of the basic emotions, people live alongside each are at different stages of life and with different contents are provided in the. There are age-and development-related fears, which stands by the healthy man and masters and their management for its development is important. These fears are in the best case, both an engine for the development of the individual and for all humanity. Historically, in ancient times was always afraid, based on concrete objects. Aristotle and Plato considered fear even as a physical reaction, with Aristotle in the field of physical sensations settled, it is not his observations de Amina “(On the soul) mentioned. Language Scientifically, the term anxiety to a physical reaction, because it comes from the Latin word “angustus” (constriction or tightness, “Angor” means choking, tightness and tie up, “prolonged” the throat, the heart anxiety). In Greek, this reference refers to “agchein (chokes, choking, to frighten). Before 19 Century, spoke often of fear and only fear at this time the term appeared in the literature again. Neither mention Immanuel Kant, CG Carus in his standard work of romantic psychology “psyche” from the year 1840 this.
Fear is considered evolutionary a sensible and useful emotion, which warns us of dangers and take appropriate actions (eg, escape) protects against the consequences. Anxiety can be experienced consciously, but unconsciously also act, it may be understandable but as incomprehensible symptoms occur (such as fear of dogs is understandable, but the fear of radiation, which correspond to the neighboring house emits no real and demonstrable threat). Most of anxiety, we often perceive as “unfounded” or “exaggerated” (examination fear, stage fright, “soft knee”) are still “reasonable” as long as they are, as it put on “full speed” to master the anxiety provoking situation. Read the rest of this entry »
To combat the anxiety he must begin by understanding how the body reacts to stress. The body goes through three phases of stress. These are the following phases:
The alert phase (fight or flee): During this phase the body perceives the threat of danger. Energy flux invades the body and makes the person able to fight or flee from the imminent danger.
Endurance Phase: This phase develops when the danger persists beyond the stage of alert. The body secretes several hormones that allow it to remain engaged in the longer term.
Exhaustion: If the body passes through the first two stages successfully, it will enter a third phase, that of exhaustion. It is a time where the body regenerates tired.
Combating Anxiety – When the stress becomes a problem?
In our world that lives at an accelerated pace, it is imperative to know how to manage anxiety. The busy schedules, intensified by traffic jams, money problems and relationship difficulties keep many people in a state of chronic stress. Read the rest of this entry »
The relationship between psychiatric disorders and alcohol use is of a bidirectional, one leads to another and vice versa. This is known in scientific as “dual diagnosis” which is defined as the ratio of all substances of abuse and dependence, with certain mental disorders, but now this concept is not considered very successful as a practical level a number of psychiatric comorbidity processes has been a constant, and in fact gives rise to various treatments, which is important not the type of treatment but to discern which aspects should be the main act at the beginning and which must be left in the background.
The relationship between psychiatric disorders and alcohol use is of a bidirectional, one leads to another and vice versa. This is known in scientific as “dual diagnosis” which is defined as the ratio of all substances of abuse and dependence, with certain mental disorders, but now this concept is not considered very successful as a practical level a number of psychiatric comorbidity processes has been a constant, and in fact gives rise to various treatments, which is important not the type of treatment but to discern which aspects should be the main act at the beginning and which must be left in the background. Read the rest of this entry »