Questions about Anxiety disorder

Alternative names: Anxiety disorders, Generalized anxiety disorder.

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Questions about Anxiety disorder

Ms. Judith Desbonne
Ms. Judith Desbonne
Mental health specialist, Psychotherapist
Bridgwater
Sorry but I an unable to answer medication related questions. I can only suggest that you discuss your concerns with your prescribing Doctor. In the meantime you might like to consider a talking…
4 answers

 Judith Geddes
Judith Geddes
Mental health specialist, Psychologist
Clitheroe
You could try EMDR.
5 answers

Dr. Robert Sammut
Dr. Robert Sammut
Psychiatrist
Canterbury
Ask your GP for a referral to a suitably qualified therapist for a course of CBT (cognitive behavioural therapy). Do not stop your medications before discussing this with your doctor; both are…
1 answers

Dr. Jennifer Marshall
Dr. Jennifer Marshall
Psychologist, Psychotherapist
Nottingham
Anxiety is very common, it is considered a 'disorder' when the anxiety you experience causes you distress or impairment - so it hinders or stops you from doing things.

Anxiety…
1 answers

Dr. Richard Fry
Dr. Richard Fry
Child and adolescent psychiatrist, Psychiatrist
Windsor
Pregabalin can certainly increase appetite and so put weight on. On the other hadn if your weight increase is due to fluid retention that may be something else. It is often used to treat anxiety…
1 answers

Dr. Andrea Tocca
Dr. Andrea Tocca
Psychiatrist
The term anxiety is often used to explain symptoms that could be somatic or psychological which are stemming from a particularly emotional situation. The anxiety is a perfectly physiological…
1 answers

 Imran Waheed
Imran Waheed
Medico legal expert, Psychiatrist
Birmingham
The symptoms can be divided into psychological and physical symptoms.

The psychological symptoms include restlessness, a sense of dread, feeling on edge and irritability.
2 answers

Ms. Shanta Batacharia
Ms. Shanta Batacharia
Pharmacologist, Psychotherapist
London

Anxiety is a state of mind which needs to be understood and accepted.
Every individual is different, so I cannot give a definite answer.
1 answers

Dr. Peter Andrew Ustianowski
Dr. Peter Andrew Ustianowski
Homeopath
Etchingham
Homeopathy ,hypnotherapy ,and CBT all help in the management of anxiety states .
1 answers