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HPS 178: Personal Health and Wellness
Dr. Robin Byler Thomas
TA: Yolanda Perez
Sunday, April 19
Anxiety
(The Mind Explained at anxiety and explores)
Extra Commentary
By: Amal Al Mohammad

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Psychological anxiety is a psychological state characterized by fear and tension, or
expectation of something, which leads to fear of the future, or a struggle within the soul between
the difficulties we face in life and the restrictions that come to our minds and thoughts without
these difficulties, which is the most common psychological disorder that affects 10- 15% of
people, and increase in periods of transitional life, for example when the child enters school, or
the transition from childhood to adolescence, or when a woman reaches menopause, or when
changing the home or workplace, injury may be a source of concern in two ways: An emergency
emotion that disappears when the cause of it is gone, or a chronic emotion Stay with people for
hours or days. The Mind, Explained” episode 3, a topical chapter focused on anxiety, opens to
disorienting effect by simulating the effects of a panic attack. Such an attack is a form of anxiety
the various forms are helpfully divided into a table that is returned to multiple times throughout
the episode and anxiety is the most common mental illness in the world, one that, surprisingly to
me, isn’t linked to depression as closely as people think (The Mind, Explained 2019).
Maria Bamford shared her personal experience and explained that it is normal that when
you have generalized anxiety disorder, it feels as though your disaster monitoring device is in a
constant state of stimulation. You feel like you never take a break from anxiety, and do not enjoy
absolute safety most of the time. Once you get a worrying thought, you need clarity of vision
immediately. You may feel that you should avoid all the emotional trouble, and you may find it
difficult to live the moment at the moment (The Mind, Explained 2019). She said that when she
has anxiety, it is normal to feel anxious about everything, starting with disasters near it and not
focusing on the global situation. She feels almost everything is a threat to her, and she may feel
an urgent need for safety. This constant alert to distress and anxiety may cause fatigue or
depression syndrome. The more room for anxiety, the narrower the space available to her to live
her life as she really wished (The Mind, Explained 2019). Maria Bamford also explains that

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HPS 178: Personal Health and Wellness Dr. Robin Byler Thomas TA: Yolanda Perez Sunday, April 19 Anxiety (The Mind Explained at anxiety and explores) Extra Commentary By: Amal Al Mohammad 1 Psychological anxiety is a psychological state characterized by fear and tension, or expectation of something, which leads to fear of the future, or a struggle within the soul between the difficulties we face in life and the restrictions that come to our minds and thoughts without these difficulties, which is the most common psychological disorder that affects 10- 15% of people, and increase in periods of transitional life, for example when the child enters school, or the transition from childhood to adolescence, or when a woman reaches menopause, or when changing the home or workplace, injury may be a source of concern in two ways: An emergency emotion that disappears when the cause of it is gone, or a chronic emotion Stay with people for hours or days. “The Mind, Explained” episode 3, a topical chapter focused on anxiety, opens to disorienting effect by simulating the effects of a panic attack. Such an attack is a form of anxiety the various forms are helpfully divided into a table tha ...
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