Anxiety neurosis is not just worrying about everyday things. It is an extreme form of anxiety that prevents the patient from functioning and interacting normally.
One of the most common forms of psychoneurosis is anxiety neurosis. The patient of this disorder undergoes intense fear that is caused by the anticipation of an undesirable event or situation.
The causative factors will vary from one patient to another. Although, the duration of neurosis is usually of a short spell, it can hamper normal physical and psychological functions.
Causes of Anxiety Neurosis:
Anxiety Neurosis is caused by a variety of different factors. Researchers and scientists are still trying to find the exact cause for these disorders, most likely factors are listed below-
There are certain people that are more prone to anxiety neurosis. People that have low self-esteem and have trouble interacting with other people are more likely to develop an anxiety related disorder.
Suppression of feelings:
Another cause of anxiety neurosis is suppression of feelings or emotions. If a person’s self esteem is low it may lead to a sense of inferiority which may lead to anxiety neurosis.
It is another cause of anxiety neurosis. This happens when there is a conflict between two emotions.
Chemical imbalances in the brain are held responsible to quite an extent for onset of anxiety neurosis. There can be imbalances of chemicals such as serotonin or dopamine which are known to make people feel anxious and depressed.
Anxiety neurosis tends to run in families. If a family member such as a parent or grandparent suffers from an anxiety disorder, there are high chances of this disorder occurring in future generations as well.
Anxiety related symptoms can be felt if a person takes certain drugs such as amphetamines, ephedra, steroids, etc.
Symptoms of Anxiety Neurosis:
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