According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 1 in 13 people globally suffer from some type of anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are psychiatric disorders that involve extreme worry or fear. Common anxiety disorders include but are not limited to:
Agoraphobia and/or Social Anxiety
Post-Traumatic Stress & Obsessive Compulsive can also be associated
Common external factors that can affect levels of anxiety and frequency of panic attacks include money and personal finances, career direction and/or work environment, school and educational development, health and wellness, personal relationships with a significant other, friend, or family member, emotional trauma such as loss or death, and/or illicit drug-use.
Common Signs of Anxiety & Panic Disorders
Feeling of being “on-edge” or having a sense of impending panic, danger, or doom
Uncontrollable feelings of worry, doubt, and/or fear