Anxiety notes - 1 What is anxiety How is it defined in the...

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1. What is anxiety? How is it defined in the DSM-5? a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. It is defined by the DSMV5 as an unpleasant emotion triggered by anticipation of future events, memories of past events, or ruminations about the self. 2. List two ways in which experts share strategies in dealing with certain types of anxiety disorders. - Get enough sleep, nourishment, and exercise. - See a therapist 3. How is an understanding of emotional well being allow you to of anxiety disorders? By understanding emotional well being, you can control your anxiety, and avoid situations where you can’t. Also, you can make lifestyle changes, deal with anxiety using your mental strength (such as practicing mediation), and if need be, treating your anxiety professionally with therapy or medically. 4. List some of the triggers that contribute to anxiety, either mild or severe.
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