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Symptoms & types

Are anxiety and fear interfering with your everyday life? Have you had a panic attack? These articles will help you sort out the symptoms, in yourself or your child.


Lean about symptoms, causes and treatments for panic attacks and panic disorder.


Daily life becomes a constant state of worry, fear, and dread. Learn about the excessive worry that accompanies generalised anxiety. Does it sound familiar?

Endless cycles of repetitive thoughts and behaviours, that’s the pattern of OCD.

Social anxiety disorder is often called social phobia, an excessive fear of social situations. Learn more about this common problem.

Phobia is a persistent, excessive fear of a specific situation or object. Learn more about these very common fears.

This is a serious condition that develops after a traumatic event. This article will give you a better understanding of PTSD.

Millions of people suffer from performance anxiety, commonly called stage fright.


Emotional dependency puts people at risk for anxiety disorders and other mental health problems. This article explains more.

People who suffer from obsessive-compulsive disorder, substance abuse, or an eating disorder are also at risk for self-injury or self-harm. Read on to learn more.

Hair pulling is a type of impulse-control disorder, and is often linked with depression or anxiety. This overview explains more.

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