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Anxiety disorders are on the rise. From social phobias to full-on panic attacks, anxiety affects nearly 1 in 5 Americans. Seeking help through a range of therapies can help reduce its grip on you.

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Panic disorder is an anxiety disorder where you have repeated bouts of intense anxiety, called panic attacks. You become so worried about having a panic attack that it is all you think about. It can be treated with talk therapy and medications.
Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a syndrome that often develops after exposure to a traumatic experience. People with PTSD often feel uncontrollably angry, irritable, and on high alert. They have nightmares and intrusive memories about the traumatic event. Therapy and medications can help you recover.
Social anxiety disorder is an intense fear or anxiety about social situations. People tend to isolate themselves and socializing can cause panic. It can cause emotional and physical symptoms. Cognitive behavioral therapy can help treat it.
Everyone gets stressed. But if it becomes all-consuming, it is general anxiety. Understand the symptoms, 6 causes, and common questions.
The sensation of face tingling is most commonly caused by anxiety or a panic attack. Tingling and numbness in the face can also be caused by nerve sensitivity or damage, known as Bell's Palsy.

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