Generalized Anxiety Survival Tips

Generalized Anxiey Disorder (GAD) affects about 6.8 million adults of the United States Population in any given year. The disorder begins across any given life cycle. The highest who are at risk are generally between childhood and middle age. Women are more likely to be affected than men. The exact cause of GAD has not been found, however, biological factors have been evident to play a role in this disorder. Only 43.2% are recieving treatment for this disorder.

For those who aren’t receiving treatment I have created some survival tips to help reduce some on your anxiety. I have listed five survival tips that are vital to helping reduce your anxiety: Limit caffeine, exercise, get enough sleep, eat well-balanced meals, and talk to someone. Take these tips and apply them to your life and you may find it easier to cope with generalized anxiety.

For more information visit:

https://adaa.org/understanding-anxiety

https://www.nimh.nih.gov/index.shtml