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What Symptoms Can Anxiety Cause

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what symptoms can anxiety cause
what are the differences between MS and Anxiety Symptoms? does there something different?

I have all the Symptoms of Anxiety and also MS.. I have done MRI for my brain to check and it was normal…

can someone who has MS have normal brain MRI?

what is the main thing that can tell you that you have MS not anxiety?

and also ,, can MS cause hard breathing?

thanks ,, me worried

Yes, you can have early stages of MS and have a normal MRI, although it is rare. If you suffer from anxiety then this is much more likely to be causing your symptoms than MS.

The nature of symptoms, MRI and lumbar punctures are used to distinguish MS from anxiety.

Kev T: I would gladly exchange my brain damage (which is visible on MRI) and the weekly injections that has been making me sick as a dog once a week for the past 7 years for more energy, a better eye-sight and not messing up my sentences when I speak. Oh, and it would really be great to go out in the evenings after work and not have to leave the fun early because I’m completely exhausted. Not to mention a future without the constant risk of ending up bedridden and unable to take care of myself.

Lazy? I own my own business and can hardly be called lazy. What a wonderful person you are to call people with brain damage lazy.

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September 4th, 2011 at 6:15 am

Medication For Generalized Anxiety Disorder

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I think I may have generalized Anxiety Disorder. I have some of the Symptoms like worry, fatigue, sleeplessnes

Depression runs in my family. Im going to the doctor wednesday. How do I tell her about my Anxiety? What will she most likely tell me or ask me about? Its been going on for years, will she prescribe any medication?

If your physician rules out medical complications, your next step is to consult with a qualified psychotherapist or counselor. Visit Find a Therapist at the Anxiety Disorders Association of America for a searchable list of mental health providers, as well as tips on selecting a therapist. Your therapist will work with you to determine the cause and type of your Anxiety Disorder and devise a course of treatment.

What types of treatments are effective for anxiety?

Anxiety Disorders respond very well to treatment, yet according to the Anxiety Disorders Association Of America only 1/3 of those suffering from them receive help. This is unfortunate because treatment can offer immense relief, often in a relatively short amount of time. Most anxiety disorders are treated with cognitive-Behavioral Therapy (CBT), medication, or a combination of the two.
Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy

Cognitive-behavior therapy (CBT) is very effective in the Treatment Of Anxiety Disorders. As the name suggests, CBT focuses on changing both maladaptive thinking patterns—or cognitions—and behaviors. If you’re suffering from an anxiety disorder, CBT will help you identify and challenge the negative and irrational beliefs that are holding you back from working through your fears. Another key component of CBT is exposure. In exposure therapy, you confront your fears in a safe, controlled environment. Through repeated exposures, you will gain a greater sense of control over your Anxieties. As you learn new skills for dealing with stressful situations, you will begin to get the upper hand on anxiety.
Cognitive-behavior Therapy For Anxiety usually takes between 12 and 20 weeks. CBT is conducted both in individual therapy and in groups of people with similar Anxiety Problems. To find out more about how CBT is used to Treat Anxiety disorders, visit Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and What is Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy? To find a cognitive-behavioral therapist in your area, visit Search for Therapists.

A variety of medications are used in the Treatment Of Anxiety Disorders, including traditional anti-Anxiety Drugs, antidepressants, and beta-blockers. Medication is sometimes used in the short-term to alleviate severe Symptoms so that other forms of therapy can be pursued. Anxiety Medications can be habit forming and may have unwanted side effects, so be sure to research your options.

Medication For Generalized Anxiety Disorder – Generalized Disorder

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