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An unpleasant state of inner turmoil which is accompanied by nervous behavior is known as Anxiety. It is the subjectively unpleasant feelings of dread over anticipated events. Anxiety is the expectation of future threat rather than normal kind of fear. It is thought to be a feeling of depression, tension and fear which is usually generalized and unfocused as an overreaction to a situation that is only subjectively seen as menacing. It has been estimated that anxiety is often accompanied by muscular fatigue, problems in concentrating and restlessness. If Anxiety continues for a longer period of time, the individual may suffer from an anxiety disorder. Medication can relieve the problem associated with anxiety.
However it is often accomplished with side effects and safety concerns which also include the risk of addiction. Treatment with non-drug may not relieve your anxiety. Its effectiveness is also considered as quickly as meditation but they may take quite longer period of time to show its effect. It is always suggestible to talk to you doctor in order to decide whether anxiety medication will be beneficial for an individual or not. After researching your own option which includes other therapies and lifestyle changes that may help, we can make an informed decision. It has been seen that many different types of medications are being used in the treatment of anxiety disorders which also include traditional anti-anxiety drugs like antidepressants and beta-blockers. These medications can be very effective. However, they shouldn’t be thought of as a cure. Medicines for Anxiety can provide temporary relief, but it fails to treat the underlying cause of the anxiety disorder. Also if you stop taking the drug, symptoms for anxiety may return in full force.
There is necessity to be aware of the risks of anxiety medication. Medicine for Anxiety can cause a wide range of unpleasant and sometimes dangerous side effects. Too many medications for anxiety are also habit forming and physically addictive which makes it difficult to stop taking them once an individual has started. If a person is suffering from severe anxiety where anxiety is actually interfering with the normal body function, medication may be the right option. But many people use anti-anxiety medication which includes therapy, yoga, exercise and self-help strategies would work well enough to reduce the side effects and risks. Medication therapy can help you to get to the bottom of your underlying issues and develop the tools to beat anxiety for good. However, other effective treatment approaches that can be taken in addition to or instead of medications. Evaluation of the way to treat anxiety should be completely taken by the patient. The Anti-anxiety drugs like benzodiazepines which work by reducing brain activity are not recommended by doctors. This is because they may temporarily relieve anxiety, but they can also lead to unwanted side effects. Higher the dose more pronounced these side effects typically become. Some people feel sleepy, tired and uncomfortable even on low doses of benzodiazepines. It can cause problems with work and other everyday activities.
The medication can build up in the body when used over longer periods of time because benzodiazepines are metabolized slowly which often results in over sedation. That is why; people who are over sedated may look like they’re drunk. There has been increase in number of international conferences on anxiety and mental disorders as more and more people are being suffering from this defect worldwide. Around 37 conferences have been organized on stress and anxiety in 2014 throughout the globe. On the other hand, a large number of conferences have also been organized by different associations which are related to anxiety in 2015. There has been increment in the pharmaceutical companies which produces anxiety related drugs in recent 5-10 years.
In order to explore new strategies for controlling anxiety and other related problems ConferenceSeries is organizing Stress Management Summit at Philadelphia during July 13-15, 2015.
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some important conferences on anxiety are-
Conference on Anxiety and Depression
11th International Conference on Occupational Stress and Health
13th World Congress on Stress, Trauma and Coping
22nd Annual International Stress and Behavior Neuroscience and Bio psychiatry
The Annual International Conference on Cognitive - Social, and Behavioral Sciences
5th International Regional "Stress and Behavior" Neuroscience and Bio psychiatry Conference
Major anxiety medicine Manufacturing companies’ includes-
Major association related to anxiety medicine includes
Anxiety and Stress Management Services of Australia
Anxiety and Depression associations of America
Anxiety Disorder association of Ontario
International Association of Anxiety Management
Anxiety Disorder association of Victoria
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This page was last updated on October 25, 2020