Ourdays, situations or objects may produce severe fears and therefore disturb the affected in their everyday life. These suffering people subconsciously produce additional fears and anxieties by additional false interpretations and ratings of these events, or by repeatedly acknowledging fearful memories. Patients with chronic fear will feel the physical effects of anxiety first, and therefore physical exams are sometimes performed first. Even with multiple assurances from different doctors that nothing would be physically wrong, the disbelief will remain due to lack of knowledge of the effects of anxiety disorders on the body, mind and psyche. Believe it or not, there are many effective and promising treatments and cures.
The core features of depression include a depressed mood, loss of interest, sadness, a diminution of the drive, increased fatiguability and activity limitation. Other common symptoms include decreased concentration and decreased alertness, decreased self-esteem and self-confidence, feelings of guilt and feelings of worthlessness, negative and pessimistic future prospects, suicidal thoughts, insomnia, and reduced or increased appetite. The onset is often insidious and often overlaps with other conditions and other diseases. There are many different severity degrees of depressive states. My strategy is to look at the person in his uniqueness and totality and determine together which is the best current tailored solution in consideration of the overall situation.