Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is characterized by at least 6 months of chronic unrealistic worry and anxiety.  The worry may involve many different aspects of life and interferes with daily functioning.   Excessive thinking and dwelling on the "what ifs" are the hallmarks of this disorder.   It results in a vicious cycle of worry and anxiety that may cause individuals to become depressed about their situation.  Physical manifestations of generalized anxiety disorder include headaches, muscle tension, sweating, nausea, irritability, inability to concentrate, inability to relax, sleep disturbances, lack of energy and the feeling that one has to be in constant motion. The types of symptoms and levels of severity tend to vary and are exacerbated during times of high stress.  Get Tomorrow's Treatments Today if you qualify.

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