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How to Get Rid of Anxiety Neuroses

Symptoms of Anxiety neurosis

Generally having distressing sensation of confinement or being fenced in the feeling of being helplessly exposed to some indeterminate threat, mental unrest and tension, is feature of anxiety.
Vegetative signs of dilation of pupils, facial pallor, bounds of sweating, tachycardia, dryness of mouth, diarrhea, loss of appetite, insomnia, decrease in libido and potency, increase in blood pressure and blood sugar level etc accompany anxiety syndromes.
The relationship between ICD-9 anxiety states, phobic states, obsessive-compulsive disorder and DSM-III anxiety disorders is discussed. Data are presented which show that one third of ICD-9 anxiety states are diagnosed as affective disorders by DSM-III. Research concerning cases with a concurrent affective and anxiety disorder is discussed. It is finally concluded that while DSM-III has unsolved hierarchial problems, the identification of the two disorders, panic disorder and generalized anxiety disorder, seems advantageous and the inclusion of obsessive compulsive disorder, among the anxiety disorders, reasonable.
Anxiety, GAD, Panic diosrder, Phobic anxiety disorder, Obsessive - Compulsive Disorder --- These mental illnesses are also referred to as psychoneuroses. The symptoms and disabilities associated with them are very often less severe than those encountered in the psychoses. Like the latter, however, they occur in people whose mental and intellectual development had been proceeding normally. They also differ very substantially from the psychoses in that the affected person neither loses touch with reality nor experiences disturbed thought processes. Anxiety is a symptom which they all have in common.

Causes of Anxiety neurosis

According to Fraud, wherever the libido of a person becomes excited but finds no satisfaction and is instead repressed takes the fonn of anxiety, but the causes does not become known to the patient. Further, he says that when a man or women is sexually excited but finds no creative outlet for the libido he becomes a prey to anxiety neurosis to mental conflict arising from suppression of libido. But not all psychiatrists see eye to eye with Freud in this connection.
Emotional conflict: According to McDougall and Gardon, the anxiety neurosis can arise as a result of conflicts between two emotions.
Repression of the self-assertive tendency: According to Adler, man's most important and most intense impulse is to assert himself. If the persons ego does not develop properly and he instead develops a sense of inferiority then his self-assertive is repressed, and this leads to development of an anxiety neurosis.
Mental conflicts and Frustration: According to O'Kelly, the root causes of anxiety neurosis are mental conflicts and frustration. Whatever the causes of anxiety neurosis can be said, to explain it fully in the case of any patient and the truth is that in particular circumstances one or more even all of these causes may be present at the root of anxiety neurosis.

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