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Reading the signs of Depression, Generalized Anxiety, Social Anxiety And Panic Disorder
Over the course of a lifetime:
5% of adults will experience generalized anxiety disorder.
17% of adults will experience depression.
So, how to diagnose the symptoms of depression, generalized anxiety, social anxiety or panic disorder? It's not easy. In fact, many people live with these disorders for years without even knowing it. Let's take a look at some of the differentiating symptoms:
Symptoms of Depression Include:
Think you may have depression? Talk to your doctor.
Symptoms of Generalized Anxiety Disorder Include:
Symptoms of Social Anxiety Disorder Include:
Symptoms of Panic Disorder Include:
Think you may have a chronic anxiety disorder? Talk to your doctor.
It's important to remember that what makes these symptoms different from ordinary experience is (1) they're lasting; (2) they cause you significant distress; and (3) they're interfering with your life and happiness. If you think you may have depression or a chronic anxiety disorder, it's also important to remember that earlier you share your feelings with your doctor, the closer you get to peace of mind. Reading through the "3 key Truths about depression and chronic anxiety disorder" is a great first step.