Disorder pouri whānui
Ko kaha atu i te manukanuka noa Disorder te pouri whānui. Ko manukanuka tangata katoa i te tahi taime. Ko riro manukanuka he mate ina tupu te reira tata katoa te wa.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder is stronger than normal anxiety. Everyone is anxious sometimes. But anxiety becomes a disorder when it happens almost all the time.
GAD is short for General Anxiety Disorder. Ki te whai koe i Kara, ite koe rawa manukanuka. E manukanuka Ko te iwi mana'o io whiwhi i mua i te hui nui. i te nuinga o te iwi i tenei mana'o te tahi mau taime. Otiia, ki te ite koe i tenei ara te nuinga o te wā, ara, no te kahore koutou e whai i tetahi mea nui ki te mahi i, kia whai koe Kara.
GAD is short for General Anxiety Disorder. If you have GAD, you feel very anxious. Anxious is the nervous feeling people get before an important event. Most people have this feeling sometimes. But if you feel this way most of the time, even when you do not have any important things to do, you may have GAD.
Symptoms of General Anxiety Disorder
Symptoms of General Anxiety Disorder
Kia ite koe atu mea, ki te whai koe i Kara:
You may feel other things if you have GAD:
- mamae pouaka
- mokowhiti rawa nohopuku
- manawa uaua
- mangai maroke
- mamae puku
- mamae uaua
- chest pain
- very fast heartbeat
- difficulty breathing
- dry mouth
- stomach pains
- muscle pains
Kia hoki e koe te mahi rerekē, ki te whai koe i Kara.
You may also act differently if you have GAD.
- ai e koe te karo mutu haere ki ngā ranei (rōpū, mahi, kura, etc.)
- kia e koe te riro nui atu te wehi o te mea e kore i mataku koutou o te aroaro o
- kia tīmata koe ki te māharahara nui rawa e pā ana ki nga mea a koutou e kore tikanga e hiahia ana ki te pā ana ki manukanuka.
- kia tīmata koe ki te obsess mo nga mea whakamahia koe ki te kore e obsess runga. Obsess Ko ina noho koutou rawa nui te wa i runga i tetahi mea. hei tauira, ite ai e koe kia rite ki ki te horoi o koutou ringa i te wa katoa i koe. kia ranei ite koe rawa kino e pā ana ki nga mea i roto i te rongo, e kore e taea e koe te whakahaere i.
- You may avoid or stop going to events (parties, work, school, etc.)
- You may become very scared of things that you were not scared of before
- You may start to worry too much about things you normally do not need to worry about.
- You may start to obsess over things you used to not obsess over. Obsess is when you spend too much time on one thing. For example, you may feel like you have to wash your hands all the time. Or you may feel very bad about things in the news that you cannot control.
kia whai koe Kara mō take maha. Ētahi take kia whai koe Kara e:
You may have GAD for many reasons. Some reasons you may have GAD are:
- Kua i koe he wheako pāmamae. He wheako pāmamae ko ina tupu te tahi mea whakamataku, me te taumaha ki a koutou. hei tauira, i ite koe tutu ranei i te pārurenga o te hara
- I koe manukanuka, ka ko te tamaiti hongofulu ranei koutou.
- inu e koe i te rota o te waipiro ranei tango i te rota o raau taero.
- I koe he tamarikitanga uaua.
- You have had a traumatic experience. A traumatic experience is when something terrible and stressful happens to you. For example, you had experienced violence or were a victim of a crime
- You had anxiety when you were a child or teenager.
- You drink a lot of alcohol or take a lot of drugs.
- You had a difficult childhood.
Ka rite ki te katoa atu raruraru hauora hinengaro, Ka taea e te tiki e koe te tauturu mo Kara. Iwi o ngā reanga katoa i Kara, a taea tīmata te reira wā. Ki te whai manukanuka koe te nuinga o te wā, imi i te tauturu i te taote.
Like all other mental health problems, you can get help for GAD. People of all ages have GAD, and it can start anytime. If you have anxiety most of the time, seek help from a doctor.
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