Disorders: Unrealistic And Counterproductive Levels Of Anxiety

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“Anxiety disorders take many forms, but all share the core characteristic of unrealistic and counterproductive levels of anxiety. Anxiety has two major components: (1) strong negative emotions and (2) physical tension due to the anticipation of danger,” (Cacioppo, & Freberg, 2013). Anxiety disorders occur in people who worry about things they think are going to happen to them in the future, (Cacioppo, & Freberg, 2013). They exaggerate these events and this causes them undue anxiety. They may worry about someone being in danger or even something as normal as paying bills. The anxiety from these things may cause them to withdraw from their family and friends and not participate in daily life. Although, people with anxiety unnecessarily
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