anxiety disorder

Generalized Anxiety Disorder and rTMS

The lexical meaning of anxiety is the sensation of fear or panic. Possible to be experienced by all in daily life, this sensation is frequent and constant in generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).

Recent Developments on OCD

Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is briefly defined by the repetitive disturbing thoughts and the repetitive behaviors made to get rid of them. There are two phases where it rises and becomes apparent during the lifetime: Late-childhood (6-11) or early adolescence (11-15) and early adulthood (20-29).

Researches on Social Anxiety Disorder

Social anxiety disorder appears in cases that require social communication and performance; the patients feels uneasy about being watched. An apparent and continuous fear of making mistakes prevents the patient from getting involved in social environments.

Psychiatric Disorders and Sex

Sexual desire, or libido as it is called, has an important place in humans’ life. It is not just related to sexuality, but to many aspects of life, as sexuality and sexual desire are interrelated with behavior, emotions, and social issues. Although sexual desire is predominantly regulated by hormones it is also affected by environmental, physical and emotional processes. Particularly in people with psychological problems we see alongside of emotional and behavioral changes also a deterioration of sexual desire and sex life.

Treatment of anxiety

Anxiety, which can be described as a state of excessive worry, apprehension and restlessness, is one of the states most commonly experienced by people. When confronted with a threat, people feel a high level of apprehension. At the same time fight or flight reactions set in when the nervous system is strongly stimulated. These establish themselves as sweating, shivering, hot flushes, numbness, palpitations, a feeling of suffocation, alienation. They are produced by the sympathetic nervous system whose task is to deal with danger.

Everything about Obsessive Compulsive Disorder

• What is an obsessive compulsive disorder? • Some types of obsessions and compulsions • How is it diagnosed? • What are the causes of obsessive compulsive disorder? • What are treatment options? • Drugs • Psychotherapy • Recommendations for the patient’s relatives