Social anxiety disorder (SAD), a condition affecting millions worldwide, has long been associated with changes in how individuals perceive themselves and others.
Anxiety is more than just a fleeting sensation of nervousness; for many, it’s a complex and persistent condition that can profoundly influence daily life.
- Mental Health & Well-Being
Mental health and addiction have long been intertwined in a complex relationship, with one often exacerbating the other.
Anxiety disorder hinders life’s general tasks, impairing your quality of life.
The NHS classifies a phobia as a type of anxiety disorder characterised by an overwhelming and debilitating fear of an object, place, situation, feeling or animal.
- Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy
A University of Otago researcher has discovered a brain signal that will help improve the diagnosis and treatment of anxiety disorders.
The first case of anxiety disorder was diagnosed as far back as 1869. George Miller described ‘neurasthenia’.