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Extractions: If most, or all, of the following statements are true about your dog, he may have a separation anxiety problem: For a minor separation anxiety problem, the following techniques may be helpful by themselves. For more severe problems, these techniques should be used along with the desensitization process described in the next section. Keep arrivals and departures low-key. For example, when you arrive home, ignore your dog for the first few minutes, then calmly pet him.
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Extractions: Home Speech Anxiety Every time Jane stands behind a podium facing a group of people she immediately gets sweaty palms, a dry mouth, weak knees, shaky hands and butterflies in her stomach. Her symptoms are real and according to a recent survey approximately 85 percent of Americans experience this same phenomenonknown as "speech anxiety." Public speaking can be a most unpleasant experience, both physically and emotionally, due to the extra adrenalin released in the body causing your heart to race and leaving you short of breath. You may fear that the most you will be able to do is utter a few words in between panting and gasping for air, right? Wrong! Dr. Michael Motley, professor of rhetoric and communication at the University of California, acknowledges that speech anxiety is a real fear but explains that it does not have to leave you speechless. According to his research, confident speakers see the physical symptoms of speech anxiety as a positive sign that indicates that they are emotionally ready for the speech. However, most of us interpret these feelings as fear. That's when you begin to imagine what will happen if your speech is less than perfect, or that you will embarrass yourself. Motley claims that our irrational fears combined with our physiological symptoms often feed on each other. The fears increase the symptoms, which in turn increase the fears until extreme physiological arousal combines with thoughts of catastrophe. Conquering the fear of public speaking is no easy feat. You can alleviate some of the anxiety by thinking of your speech in terms of ordinary communication, rather than as a public performance. By approaching the podium with the objective of communicating a point, instead of worrying about your oratorical flair, you can make your audience feel as if they are being spoken with rather than lectured to. In essence, all you really need are the gestures, vocal in- flections and facial expressions that you use in everyday conversation. By concentrating on communicating a point the hardest part of public speaking should be preparing, not delivering the speech.
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Extractions: on page 1492. A nxiety disorders, such as generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), panic disorder and social phobia, are the most prevalent psychiatric disorders in the United States, and patients with these disorders are more likely to seek treatment from a primary care physician than from a psychiatrist. Patients with anxiety disorders are more likely than other patients to make frequent medical appointments, to undergo extensive diagnostic testing, to report their health as poor and to smoke cigarettes and abuse other substances. Anxiety disorders, particularly panic disorder, occur more frequently in patients with chronic medical illnesses (e.g., hypertension, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, irritable bowel syndrome, diabetes) than in the general population.
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Extractions: Our belief is that anxiety disorders are very treatable, and that no one has to live with excessive anxiety. The Center has been providing the most up-to-date Cognitive-Behavioral treatments for over 20 years. We offer treatment in both individual and group formats, and we also provide an in-depth assessment of psychological functioning for everyone who comes to our center. If you or someone you know is suffering from anxiety, we may be able to help you. Give us a call at 617 / 353 9610 or send us an email What's new at the Center- The Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders at Boston University will be offering free mental health services to the families who have been displaced as a result of Hurricane Katrina and have relocated to Massachusetts, as well as to the Tulane University students enrolled in courses at Boston University.
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Extractions: Anxiety Disorders by William T. Goldman, MD Anxiety symptoms and disorders are the number one health problem in America, ranging from a simple Adjustment Disorder to more difficult and debilitating disorders such as Panic Disorder and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. According to the most recent data, the lifetime prevalence for anxiety disorders as a whole in adults is about 25%; the frequency in children is unknown, but felt to be significantly underreported and under-diagnosed. More specifically Social Anxiety Disorder has a lifetime risk of 17%, while Panic Disorder occurs in approximately 1-3% of the adult population. Mental Health Information for Children Anxiety is a subjective sense of worry, apprehension, fear and distress. Often it is normal to have these sensations on occasion, and so it is important to distinguish between normal levels of anxiety and unhealthy or pathologic levels of anxiety. The subjective experience of anxiety typically has two components: physical sensations (e.g., headache, nausea, sweating) and the emotions of nervousness and fear. Anxiety disorders, when severe, can affect a child's thinking, decision-making ability, perceptions of the environment, learning and concentration. It raises blood pressure and heart rate, and can cause a multitude of bodily complaints, such as nausea, vomiting, stomach pain, ulcers, diarrhea, tingling, weakness, and shortness of breath, among other things.