Stress is a part of daily life but when it snowballs to a state where it impairs you health you may have Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD). Criteria for an anxiety diagnosis includes constant worry, stress and anxiety that lasts more than six month. The patient must exhibit physical and mental symptoms of anxiety. A psychiatrist or psychologist are the experts in diagnosing and treating an anxiety disorder. It's important to also consult a general physician to rule out the possibility of other diseases that could have similar symptoms as GAD.
Most people worry about the future at some time. They worry about whether a decision was the right one, worry about their health, their jobs, their financial situation. But for some, worry overtakes their life, keeping them awake at night and causing nervousness and irritability during the day. Chronic worrying also takes a toll on physical…