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What Is Anxiety Neurosis? why do Anxiety Disorder patients develop nuerosis?

why do anxious people get nuerotic?

Anxiety Disorder (formerly anxiety neurosis:”neurosis” is an antiquated term. ) is a diagnosis made by a physician when a patient exhibits certain specific Symptoms and other causes for the Symptoms have been ruled out. Excessive Anxiety and worry (apprehensive expectation), occurring more days than not, for at least 6 months, about a number of events or activities.

Neurosis, also known as psychoneurosis or neurotic disorder refers to any of a number of mental or emotional disorders, most of which involve a significant amount of anxiety or fear. Neuroses do not involve any sort of physical cause, and do not include psychotic symptoms such as delusions or hallucinations. The term is often associated with the field of psychoanalysis, but is no longer used in most psychiatric evaluation. In colloquial use, the term “neurotic” (one affected by neurosis) is used to describe a person with any degree of Depression Or Anxiety, depressed feelings, lack of emotions, low self-confidence, and/or emotional instability.

Anxiety Disorders can include Panic Disorder, where the patient suffers from severe bouts of anxiety, as well as Generalized Anxiety Disorder, phobias, and Ptsd (post-traumatic stress disorder), a disorder that often affects veterans and victims of traumatic situations.

It is important to note that neurosis should not be mistaken for psychosis, which refers to loss of touch with reality, and should also not be confused with symptoms that are caused by a physical abnormality. Anxiety, for example, is a common symptom of neurosis, but can also have physical causes. When diagnosing neurosis, it is important to first rule out any possible physical causes of the symptoms.

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