Are You Looking For Social Anxiety Disorder Help?

If you are in search of social anxiety disorder help, you have come to the right place. This site is designed specifically for anxiety disorders and is here to offer practical advice to help you through your anxiety.

Social Anxiety is difficult to cope with because it affects almost ALL aspects of our life because we are in social situations very frequently, from work to school to friends, etc.

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Also known as SADS, social anxiety disorder has also been called communication anxiety, stranger anxiety or social phobia. If you have this anxiety disorder, you would experience an intense and constant fear of being judged or embarrassed in front of others.

You can have any other anxiety disorder along with social anxiety disorder. For example, you could have panic anxiety attacks before, during or after the social situation, or you could have other types of phobias related to your social phobia.

Please feel free to take this social anxiety disorder test.

If you deal with social anxiety, you normally would have a heightened awareness of your physical symptoms in a social situation (such as sweating profusely). The result of this is more and more anxiety, it's a vicious cycle. And you may have a specific fear in a social situation, such as eating in front of others, or you may have an overall fear in virtually all social situations. Please click here for a list of symptoms for social anxiety disorder.

In searching for social anxiety disorder help, it may benefit you to analyze the possible causes of your anxiety to get you going in the right direction. For information on the possible cause of social anxiety disorder, click here.

So, what are the social anxiety treatments out there? Well, that depends on how severe the anxiety becomes and if it is accompanied by other anxiety disorders.

For example, if you have social anxiety due to a traumatic event then it would be linked to Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. The treatment for this would be different than if it weren't linked to a traumatic event.

In any case, you can find a list of the common social anxiety treatments here.

Also, for a discussion on anxiety treatments in general, click here for various anxiety and depression treatments

Also, for some practical advice that may help you get your symptoms under control, click here for anxiety self help. I hope these resources will help you to get your symptoms under control, or at the very least, point you in the right direction.

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