In this video you will learn about easy treatment of anxiety in urdu. You will also understand how to deal with anxiety and panic attack in all situations.
First of all Understand Anxiety Disorders
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
People with GAD feel excessive anxiety or worry on most days for at least six straight months. They may feel restless, on edge, or easily tired. They may also experience concentration problems, irritability, muscle tension, or sleep issues.
People with panic disorder experience panic attacks. These are sudden feelings of terror when no real danger is present. Physical symptoms include a fast heartbeat, chest or stomach pain, and breathing difficulty. People may also feel weakness or dizziness, sweating, chills, or numb hands. It may even feel like having a heart attack. Panic disorder is more common in women than men.
Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
If you have OCD, you may experience frequent and upsetting obsessions or compulsions. You may feel an overwhelming urge to repeat certain behaviors. Common obsessions include a fear of dirt or germs, a fear of getting hurt, or wanting to arrange things in certain ways. People with OCD often fixate on these obsessions and can have thoughts and rituals that interfere with their daily life. For example, someone who is worried that their house may be vandalized might lock the door multiple times and be scared to leave their house. OCD tends to run in families.
A phobia is an intense fear of or aversion to specific objects or situations. This fear is out of proportion to the actual danger caused by the situation or object. People with a phobia may experience irrational worry and take steps to avoid the object or situation. They may also experience immediate anxiety upon encountering the feared object or situation. Common phobias include flying, heights, animals, and injections.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
PTSD occurs in people who have lived through or seen a traumatic event. These events may include war, a natural disaster, a serious accident, or physical or sexual abuse. PTSD may cause flashbacks to the event, trouble sleeping or nightmares, lonely feelings, or angry outbursts. People with PTSD may feel worried, guilty, or sad.
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Anxiety is a general term for several disorders that present as being nervous, fearful of strangers or places, being afraid of unknown/ future, and worrying constantly. These disorders affect how we feel and react and can present as physical problems like IBS, Chronic Diarrhea, Chest pain, Asthma like breathing conditions.
Dr Ghulam Hassan is a consultant psychiatrist in Lahore, Pakistan. Dr Ghulam Hassan has 14 years’ experience of psychiatric practice. His areas of interest include adult, child and adolescent psychiatry, drug addiction and rehabilitation. He also has known for his public speaking abilities and life coach training. He regularly conducts workshops on different aspects of mental health on various platforms.
Dr Ghulam Hassan did his graduation in Nishtar medical college. He did his research fellowship in North Shore LIJ ,The Zucker Hillside psychiatric hospital, Glen Oaks, Queens, New York, USA. His interests included research on bipolar disorders, OCD and schizophrenia. He completed his post-graduation degree from one of the prestigious and premier institute of Pakistan,CPSP and he was awarded FCPS degree in psychiatry.
Every patient requires specific treatment. There is no cocktail or quick tablets that can provide relief to everyone. Dr Ghulam Hassan is a consultant psychiatrist in Lahore, Pakistan. For Appointments Call Only 03114364749 🛑 Please note: No Medicine / Treatment will be advised on whatsapp.