Anxiety is often thought of as a ‘get one free’ with chronic conditions, such as bipolar disorder, depression, insomnia, and Attention deficit disorder (ADD). But the truth is anxiety is a separate condition. When a person has had a childhood disease i.e., ADD/ADHD, there is a high chance that he will develop anxiety upon entering adulthood. That is why many former healthcare workers suggested that ADD and Anxiety are correlated with similar symptoms. But as research proceeded, it was seen that people who had all the symptoms of anxiety didn’t necessarily have positive results of their adult ADD test.
Once we know the exact symptoms of each condition, we could only tell about our disease.
What is Anxiety?
Anxiety is nervousness and stress-driven by overthinking about specific scenarios. Your mind can’t stop imagining the moment that is to come, as it convinces yourself that you’re going to be … Read More