Anxiety Disorders

Anxiety is a normal, fear-like emotional state. The condition can be called anxiety disorder when anxiety is intense, long lasting and restricts both psychological and social functioning. If the anxiety becomes intensive or chronic, it warrants evaluation including its probable causes. In acute anxiety temporary medication may be indicated if the patient's functional capacity is impaired. However, in severe chronic anxiety long-term pharmacotherapy may be required.


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