“I need to go somewhere; I want to go a long distance from people”. These were the words that came out from my cousin’s mouth. He was scared, sweating, anxious and paniced. We were all puzzled about his behavior and actions. After he went away, the detectives were looking for him. All of a sudden they told us that he killed our neighbour. Then we all realized it was the reason he felt tension.
Anxiety is the sense of uneasiness, fear, worry & frightened. Anxiety occurs when a reaction is out of all proportion with what might be normally expected in a situation. It's a ordinary human emotion that everyone experiences at times. Many people feel these when faced with the issues in life, before taking a test or interview at work, or making a vital decision. Although these feelings are ordinary, it may light the way to anxiety anomalies. Uneasiness disorders could cause such suffering that it interferes with a person’s ability to carry on a regular life. It's a major psychological sickness. These anomalies affect how we feel and behave.
There are several types of anxiety disorders. One of these is Generalized Hysteria. Folks who suffer this regularly feel terrified and worry about health, money, family, work, or college, but they have difficulty both identifying the specific fear and controlling the fears. Like the students, they feel foreboding if the exam is approaching and they haven't paid their tuition yet or the cut off point of their projects is coming. For the debtors, they feel anxiousness if the payment time is coming and they cannot find cash to pay for it. Second is Panic Disorder.
These are folks who have feelings of fear that strike all of a sudden and repeatedly with no caution. Example is my cousin who rubbed out our neighbour. Third is Obsessive-compulsive disorder. These are plagued by continued thoughts or fears that make them perform certain rituals or routines. My officemate has this kind of anxiety disorder because she's got an unreasonable fear of germs that she can’t go to the public toilet, she always wash her hands and always wash glass before and after drinking.
Fourth is Post-traumatic stress disorder. It's a condition that can develop following a unpleasant and/or terrifying event, such as death of loved ones. Best example is my mate who went to my place yesterday evening. She had a frightful heartbreak because her wedding is approaching and the groom is not around. She announced that she was traumatized and don’t want to remember the things happened. 5th is Social foreboding disorder also called social phobia, It involves overpowering worry and self-conscious. It is about everyday social eventualities. The worry frequently centers on a fear of being judged by others, or behaving in a way that might cause embarrassment or lead directly to disesteem.
Example is my friend who is having an affair to a man who is married. She has got a sense of anxiety that folks could not understand her and always judge her. Last is a Specific phobia. It is an intense fear of a specific object or situation,eg snakes, heights, or flying.
Since foreboding is ordinary that leads to disorder, we should know the way to control it.
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