45966992-PSY410-PSY-410-Week-2-Individual-Assignment-Anxiety-Mood-Dissociative-Paper-PART-2-2

45966992-PSY410-PSY-410-Week-2-Individual-Assignment-Anxiety-Mood-Dissociative-Paper-PART-2-2

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1 Running head: ANXIETY, MOOD, DISSOCIATIVE PAPER Individual Assignment: Anxiety, Mood, Dissociative Paper YOUR NAME PSY/410 DATE NAME OF PROFESSOR
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ANXIETY, MOOD, DISSOCIATIVE PAPER 2 Anxiety, Mood, Dissociative Paper Anxiety is often-times regarded as a normal conduct; people go through it to some degree throughout their lifetime. Anxiety disorders are serious mental health problems which have the capability to result in uncommon anxiety or fear of specific scenarios or actions as a consequence of the potential for humiliation or embarrassment to happen (Hansell & Damour, 2008). The signs of anxiety disorders are made up of sentimental conduct as well as physical components. They normally entail a fear of being evaluated, being humiliated, being regarded as nervous, as well as avoidance of actions or activities which may create these kinds of feelings (Hansell & Damour, 2008). The physical indications include blushing, perspiring, nausea, diarrhea, as well as clammy hands (Harvard Mental Health Letter, 2010). Anxiety disorder often-times ties into an individual with a low self-esteem, hypersensitivity to being criticized, as well as insufficient social skills (Harvard Mental Health Letter, 2010). Anxiety disorders are produced from a mix of both one’s surroundings as well as family genes. In this capacity, scientists are trying to recognize family genes which play in anxiety disorders. This is because of the reality that anxiety disorders tend to run in families; but, there's a learned part, too. Researchers are also looking at the concept that natural chemicals inside one’s body may trigger an anxiety disorder (Hansell & Damour, 2008). For example, it may be the consequence of deficiency within one’s neurotransmitters which assist in controlling one’s sentiments as well as mood (Harvard Mental Health Letter, 2010). Fear response is an additional aspect within anxiety disorders. If an individual has a higher fear response, it may trigger an individual to have enhanced anxiety in specific situations. There are more key elements which may enhance the possibility of developing an anxiety disorder. For example, Ladies are more prone to have an anxiety disorder (Hansell & Damour, 2008). In case a person’s biological parents or siblings have the disease, it would enhance the possibility of you having it. Many hypothesize that it's a
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ANXIETY, MOOD, DISSOCIATIVE PAPER 3 learned conduct; actually, an individual may develop an anxiety disorder after watching different behavior of other people. Damaging experiences may also create the illness,
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