Question by Sarah: Can people be very shy and quiet because they have Post-traumatic stress disorder?
I am extremely guarded, shy, and quiet. I don’t talk that much in classes where I don’t know people, I but talk with my close friends. I suffered some psychological trauma in my life and I have post-traumatic stress disorder. I get really nervous in class when I think I might get called on to answer a question. Right now I have an air cast and I’m using crutches and I just hate how people always look at me.

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Question by Rachie<3: Why are certain people afraid of specific things while others are not?
Why are certain people afraid of specific things while other, are not? I.E. My sister is afraid of feet, i however am afraid of roaches while she is not. Why is this? I know some people are afraid because of past emotional trauma but my sister and i have known of this with roaches and feet so why are we afraid and why those specific thing?

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Question by CrazyWhasp: Is there a dating site for people with panic disorder?
I was just diagnosed with panic disorder and would like to know if there is a dating site available for people like me. Thanks.

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Question by kali4niavball: How can we be sensitive towards people with anxiety disorder?
Anxiety Disorder:
How can the rest of us be sensitive to those who have it?

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Answer by I Am Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris doesn’t read books, he simply stares them down until he gets the information he wants.

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What causes people to get anxiety disorders?

Question by Art_fashion_love: What causes people to get anxiety disorders?
What is it that causes people to form anxiety disorders later in their life? Like any particular situations of characteristics of people who develop these disorders? Besides general stress… What previous situations in someones life might make them more susceptible to developing an anxiety disorder later in life?

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Question by scoopie110: Why are phobias so addictive? Why do people get so scared of certain things?
I am so scared of my phobia, I can’t take it anymore. How does this come about. Can we ever get rid of it?

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What does lexapro do for people with panic disorder?

Question by Lily899: What does lexapro do for people with panic disorder?
I have panic disorder. where I have severe panic attacks if I dont take ativan :( I have been prescribed Lexapro.. Anyone have any experience with this? I tried benzos but i find myself needing more and more so my doctor said this is more of a permanent solution. Anyone with experience or knowledge on Lexapro and panic disorder?

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Article by Tony Trussol

There are very few things in life that are worse than seeing a loved one suffer and live in pain. Even though most people would be desperate to help their friend, family member or lover to get better, it can be a very difficult process. There are so many issues and incidents that can impact on a person’s life and it is true to say that instances of post-traumatic stress disorder are on the increase. More and more people are suffering stress from something which has happened in their life but it is important that the people around give them as much support and assistance as they possibly can. This is not always easy but it is a very important to do as much as possible to support the sufferer.

One of the most important things when looking to help a sufferer of post-traumatic stress is to be patient and understanding. It can be very difficult to provide the support to someone who is shutting themselves away from the world or lashing out at people around them but this is often the time they need support the most. Anyone who has suffered from post-traumatic stress will understand the difficulties in communicating with the people around them which is why patience is an extremely important asset for friends and family members to have.

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Well, anxiety may be a feeling of uneasiness. Everybody feels anxious when placed under traumatic things as an example an exam or an interview. On the other hand anxiety is only thought of to be a mental health problem when it’s long lasting, severe and is interfering with every day activities.

There are five major types of anxiety disorder:- Generalized anxiety disorder, Obsessive- Compulsive disorder, Panic disorder, Post Traumatic Pressure disorder, and Social Phobia. All the types come with very totally different anxiety disorder symptoms.

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There are a number of ways to treat people suffering from social phobia and it is important for those who have this disorder to find the treatment that will work for them. It is normal for people to feel anxious in front of other people from time to time but people with social anxiety disorder or social phobia have unreasonable extreme fears of being watched or judged most of the time. This fear is too severe that it interferes with their daily lives.

Doing common things in front of other people can be very hard for people with social anxiety disorder. For example, they are afraid to eat or drink in front of other people. They find it hard to mingle and create new friends because they usually avoid social situations. They also have physical symptoms like blushing, heavy sweating, trembling, difficulty talking and pounding heartbeat. People with this disorder do not have to suffer all their lives because there are help available to treat people suffering from social phobia.

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