Triggered Panic Attacks – When you know what will cause an attack, the trigger could be anything, but it is one you are aware of, for example – flying (aerophobia).
Un-triggered Panic Attacks – When a attack appears to happen at random times and places.
Social Anxiety disorder – Where anxiety is felt in any number of social situations such as at work, at gatherings. A fear of being scrutinized, judged, or humiliated in front of others.
Blushing – A social phobia that can cause immense distress
General Anxiety Disorder (GAD) – Excessive worry about multiple everyday issues.
Agoraphobia – A fear of being outside a comfortable safe space i.e your house.
Claustrophobia – A fear of being trapped in an enclosed space and unable to escape.
Separation anxiety disorder – People who have separation anxiety disorder have fears about being parted from people to whom they are attached. They fear that something bad may happen to themselves of them whilst they are separated
Phobia-related disorders – A phobia is an intense fear of, or aversion to, specific objects or situations. An obvious example would be Spiders or Dogs but this can literally be anything that causes the sufferer to feel extreme fear or panic.
Free Floating Anxiety – Where the suffer worries all the time but there is no obvious cause.
Sometimes we don’t even realise that anxiety is the reason behind the following situations.
- My life is a mess, I don’t know what’s wrong with me
- I can never keep a relationship
- I am always attracted to unsuitable partners
- I’m uncertain of myself
- I’m just a fraud and one day I will get found out
- I feel like everyone knows what they are doing