Reverse Anxiety Symptoms Naturally -This Anxiety Disorder Connects to Pets
One of the reasons it has been so difficult to treat anxiety disorders is because there are so many types of it.
But a study in the Journal of Affective Disorders has connected one type to pets.
And no, it’s not about being afraid of dogs. It’s kind of the opposite.
Adult separation anxiety disorder (ASAD) occurs in people whose attachment to others coincides with extreme anxiety.
These adults have either a constant need for approval and/or are permanently preoccupied with their relationships.
Researchers wanted to know whether adults suffer from ASAD when removed from their pets, and whether it related to their attachments to humans.
313 adults completed questionnaires related to their attachment to humans and pets, their separation anxiety from humans and animals, and their perception of the social support they receive.
The scientists found that people who tended to suffer separation anxiety from their animals also experienced separation anxiety from people. This suggests that certain people are vulnerable to separation anxiety.
Moreover, people who tended to experience separation anxiety when away from their pets also perceived themselves as having less social support.
In general, separation anxiety was a lot stronger in relationships with dogs than cats, probably because cats are so independent.
People without children saw themselves as having less social support, they exhibited more people substitution, and they reported more separation anxiety in relationships with their pets.
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Reverse Anxiety Symptoms Naturally -The Real Cause of Anxiety Disorder (not what you think)
In terms of worldwide health stats, 10 percent is huge.
This is the percentage of people that at some point will suffer from anxiety.
It is thought that there are many triggers of anxiety, but for many years it has been speculation or based loosely on old studies.
But now we have clear answers thanks to recent research recently published in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Scientists obtained information from 26,991 Canadians.
The participants were roughly half male and half female, with 82.5 percent having been born in Canada and 58.5 percent being aged between 45 and 65 years old.
Approximately 8.5 percent of respondents reported suffering from an anxiety disorder.
The scientists were specifically interested in the mental health of immigrants, with the hypothesis that they may be more likely to have anxiety disorders than those who were born in Canada.
This idea proved to be wrong.
It is possible, of course, that many immigrant’s circumstances improved so much after moving to Canada that they no longer consider themselves to be anxious compared with how they used to be. It is also possible that they have developed resilience due to their previous circumstances.
But even though their original hypothesis was wrong, the other findings were very interesting.
1. Younger people were 79 percent more likely than their older peers to have an anxiety disorder.
2. Women were 25 percent more likely than men to have it.
3. People who were single had an increased risk of 27 percent.
4. Low earners had a 28 percent increased risk.
5. People with multiple chronic health conditions were 2.73 times more likely to have this disorder.
6. People who suffered from chronic pain had a 31 percent greater chance.
7. People who smoked regularly increased their risk by 35 percent.
8. People with a body mass index score of less than 18.5 had an increased risk of 87 percent.
9. Those who ate less than three fruits and vegetables per day and those who ate one or more daily pastries had a 24 and 55 percent greater chance respectively.
This suggests that younger adults should receive targeted intervention to help them with anxiety.
It also implies that people with a low socio-economic status should be monitored for anxiety in case it becomes a problem for them.
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Reverse Anxiety Symptoms Naturally – Redefining Anxiety Disorders
One thing that makes anxiety disorders so difficult to treat is how many different types there are.
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), for example, is about something that really has happened.
Other anxiety disorders, on the other hand, are often triggered by something that never has hurt us (a fear of spiders for example).
For the reasons mentioned above, we welcome a new study published in the Journal of Anxiety Disorders, revealing a simple technique that heals a common type of anxiety.
This technique is already well known, but it just has never been used in this situation before.
Anxiety is often treated via a treatment called imaginal exposure. During a meditation session, you might vividly imagine having to confront spiders, go in an elevator, drive a car, and/or swim in a pool – basically you imagine anything that makes you anxious.
Because PTSD involves anxiety that arises from memories of real past events, the more common treatment is imagery rescripting, during which time you are helped to remember the events more accurately with the aim of teasing out the positive appraisals of those events that you originally missed. As a result, it leads to a complete alteration in your core beliefs about those events and closely related subjects.
Researchers divided 33 people with social anxiety disorder (SAD) into different groups – one received imaginal exposure, one received imagery rescripting and one received supportive counselling.
The thesis stated imagery rescripting would be more successful because, like PTSD, the anxiety in SAD is caused by past memories of being embarrassed in a social situation.
This was true. The problematic memories of the group given the imagery rescripting therapy became less vivid and intrusive and their core beliefs about themselves and their social worlds changed more than those of the participants in the other two groups.
This shows that SAD is closer to PTSD than to a general anxiety disorder, and it also proves that imagery rescripting works.
Imagery rescripting teaches you to re-invoke the memory first by describing it accurately, and then by imagining people who supported you and imagining calling out those that didn’t.
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