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Anxiety is often defined by feelings of worry, fear, agitation, or dread. It is usually future-oriented, meaning that our anxieties are pointed toward possible threats or contradictory experiences that haven't yet happened.

Extreme anxiety can be crippling to a limit where we can't judge, we don't take action, or we mess up when the situation finally comes. 

Anxiety Symptoms- what to look out? 

How do you know if you or someone is dealing with anxiety? 

  • Feeling worried
  • Having scary feelings which may make you feel out of control
  • Your relationship is in trouble 
  • Feeling a sense of fear when around other people
  • Trouble sleeping
  • Feel hard to complete daily tasks like eating, cleaning, going to work 
  • Restlessness
  • Rapid heartbeat 
  • Poor focus or Inattention
  • Agitation
  • Difficulties with transitions of life
  • Constant worry
  • Avoiding social situations
  • Excessive shyness
  • Complaints of frequent headaches and/ stomach aches  
  • Avoiding situations or places due to fear
  • Encountering frequent panic attacks.

If any of these sounds like you or a loved one, then it may indicate an anxiety disorder. 

Types of Anxiety Disorder 

  1. Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) - Extreme worrying and tension most of the time without a reason.
  2. Social Anxiety - It is the most common anxiety disorder creating an overwhelming fear in daily social situations. 
  3. Panic Disorders - Intense anxiety and worries cause unexpected panic or anxiety attacks.
  4. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorders - Act of consistent or obsessive habits often associated with beliefs or fears that are also considered to be repetitive.
  5. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) - Produced by a traumatic experience that gives a lasting memory of the event.

All of these are related to normal anxiety, except that the level of anxiety increases to the point where constant worry and fear becomes overwhelming.

Having an anxiety disorder can be a very terrifying reality. You may have a very big problem if you are encountering them regularly to the point where they:

  • Hinder with your work
  • Disrupt your relationship and responsibilities 
  • Cause delay in everyday activities
  • And grow overwhelming. 

So, Seek help today! 

Anxiety Treatment

You must help yourself in learning to recognize anxiety, deal with self-defeating behaviours and thoughts, develop coping strategies. All of these can be achieved with the guidance of a trusted mental health professional. 

 You can opt for the following kinds of anxiety treatment as related below- 

  • Medication: medication is available to treat anxiety disorders, including benzodiazepine tablets. Yet, these should be admitted with caution and for the more critical cases as they generally have side effects that are not pleasant or good either.

Many of the antidepressant medication is used to treat anxiety. Medication, when combined with cognitive/behavioural or psychotherapy, is deemed best practice today.

  • Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy: This procedure helps deal with worrying thoughts and feelings that result from distressing thoughts. It also explains techniques to reduce or overcome maladaptive habits. The aim of CBT in treating anxiety is to train the individual to uncover patterns of behaviour of thinking and then to confront them. In so doing, the person is required to identify the source of their anxiety, master to adjust their thinking and behaviour patterns through anxiety treatment/ anxiety management therapy and follow them regularly.  
  • Psychotherapy: It works to solve conflicts and stresses, produced during anxiety disorders with the help of talk therapy.  

There is great therapeutic value in communicating through your losses, injuries, and medical complications. With the best counselling for anxiety, and with medication and therapies, you can defeat your anxiety and live a happy life.

If you had like to consult the best doctor or psychiatrist for anxiety, please do contact us @+91 97414 76476.  

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  • Excessive Worrying
  • Restlessness
  • Feeling agitated
  • Becoming easily fatigued
  • Difficulty concentrating
  • Irritability
  • Tense muscles
  • Trouble falling/staying asleep
  • Panic attack (intense feeling of fear)
  • Avoiding social situations
  • Irrational fear (extreme fear about a particular thing)
  • Rapid breathing or hyperventilation
  • Repetitive behaviour
  • Cold or hot flashes
  • Dizziness, light-headedness, or feeling faint
  • Dry mouth
  • Sweating and palpitation
  • Shaking or trembling
  • Nausea or gastrointestinal problems
  • Numbness or tingling sensations (paresthesia)

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Medical Director & Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Vijayalakshmi Kashi


Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Priya Raghavan

Priya Raghavan

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Raja Mahabaleshwar Hiremani

Raja Mahabaleshwar Hiremani

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr. Vishal Kasal

Vishal Kasal
MBBS (Psychiatry), M.D.(Psychiatry)

Consultant Psychiatrist

Dr Arun Kumar




M.Phil (Clinical Psychology), MA (Psychology)

Consultant Clinical Psychologist


M.Sc (Psychology), M.Phil Psychology, Phd in Psycho-oncology 

Consultant Clinical Psychologist

Dr. Mala Murlidhar

PH.D. (Clinical Psychology), MS (Clinical Psychology), BA (Psychology)

Consultant Clinical Psychologist

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