Teenage anxiety disorder is more common in today’s hectic schedule of studies and activities. It all falls under the teen mental health as they run out of peace quicker when stressed and over pressurized in any of the issues. Anxiety is normally referred to as the pathological equivalent of fear that causes trouble in the mood of a person getting reflected in the normal behavior, thinking and physiological activities. Teen depression usually results in anxiety that includes intense fear, worries and uneasiness over a prolonged period of time. Once the anxiety depression symptoms are not treated on time they may result in various illnesses affecting one’s health both physically and mentally.
Symptoms of teenage anxiety disorder
Anxiety symptoms differ from one person to another depending on their mental health and strength to withstand and handle stress over time. As each person is unique with their character, behavior and health issues the impact of anxiety and depression caused may affect some very hard and other with a little vibe. Physical and psychological effects are interlinked with the teen depression which turns up with more signs of illness.
Symptoms of anxiety are on a big list, where some of the common symptoms
of teenage anxiety disorder are discussed below for your reference
- Blanching skin and face.
- Rapid change in the body temperature hitting highs and lows.
- Breathing difficulty with congestion in chest causing chest pain at times.
- Usually excess stress causes physical strain that affects head, neck and shoulders causing intense pain.
- Clumsy feel with lack of co-ordination with the physical activities.
- Feeling sensitive and dumped in mind with lack of freeness and freshness.
- Feeling of loneliness, wrong, depressed with low feels, negative thinking, fear etc.
- Rapid heart palpitation with uneasiness.
- Shaking or trembling hands and legs.
- Weakness in the body as a whole with loss of energy, exhaustive feel and dullness.
- Imbalance in the Weight either loss or gain.
- Getting struck with thinking, decision making, and lack of interest in normal activities.
- Getting addicted to drugs, alcoholism and smoking.
Types of Teenage Anxiety Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
GAD is a common form of disorder that usually affects a person making
them worried over a period of time say few months till the problem
persist. This disorder affects the everyday living makes one sluggish
with their activities with tiredness, headaches, developing muscle
tension causing intense pain in head, neck, shoulder and sleeplessness.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
As the name says this anxiety is caused due to compulsive instruction or
forceful thought. This makes the mind more confused and irritated over
time struggling from within to overcome from this problem of
compulsiveness. Fear on forgetfulness, not following perfection,
becoming sick etc fall under the causes of anxiety in this case.
Its an intense feel of anxiety that causes panic disorder making one go
out of control with mental disturbances. They often occur with an
outbreak of breathing difficulty, trembling hands and legs, chest pains,
congested feel in the respiratory track, heaviness in head etc.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
PTSD is a form of anxiety that occurs as a result of emotional outburst
of shock or irritation. This sort of anxiety can be experienced when one
happens to meet with accident, witness an accident or violence,
emotional attacks, etc. Some of the symptoms include difficulty to fall
asleep, nightmares, lack of interest in normal activities, irritated
feel, difficulty in concentration, and fearfulness.
Phobia is an unusual or excessive fear on certain objects, situations or places that are unrealistic, but affect the patience of all age. Teenage anxiety is more common due to phobia as they get used to more fearful situations at younger age. Most of the phobias are of specific centered upon water, heights, animals, darkness, etc. Usually people with these phobias restrict these sorts of situations that cause fear, that hinders the general life style.
Anxiety disorder treatment
Anxiety and depression disorder has to be treated with utmost care and on time for best results. Psychological therapy and medication methods are the two general ways to treat anxiety disorders.
Psychological treatment includes the cognitive behavioral therapy and applied mind relaxation with meditation and yoga practices that calms down the stressed mental pressure bringing in peace of mind. It also strengthens the mind and brings more refreshment for a healthy life.
Medication includes the method of long term and short term medication treatment for depression symptoms. Long-term medication includes Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, venlafaxine, pregabalin. Short-term medication includes antihistamines, benzodiazepines and Buspirone. Depending on the anxiety and depression symptoms treatment on medication varies. There are different types of medicines available to cure anxiety and stress but it depends on the patient’s condition the treatment is being offered.