Generalized anxiety disorder (or GAD) is marked by excessive worrying and exaggerated concerning everyday life events when there is no obvious signs for worry. Persons with the symptoms of generalized anxiety disorder often tend to expect disaster and cannot stop worrying about such things as work, money, family, or school. When people have GAD, the worry is usually unrealistic or not in proportion for the conditions. Daily living turns into a constant state of fear, worry, and dread.
Over a period of time, the anxiety is so dominating that the person’s thinking begins to interfere with daily … >>> Read More