Anxiety disorder is a general term for frequent bouts of nervousness, fear, apprehension, or worrying, which appear without a reasonable cause. They can cause real, physical symptoms and affect how a person behaves. Anxiety can range from mild, which is vague and unsettling, to severe, which can be extremely debilitating and have a serious impact on daily life. Anxiety is considered a problem when the reaction that occurs is out of proportion to what my normally be expected.
Physical signs sometimes also include:
Neuroscience Research Australia (NeuRA) has developed a series of simple exercises to help older Australian’s maintain their balance and avoid falls this winter, in the comfort of their own home. The campaign, Don’t Hibernate this Winter highlights the increased risk of falls during the winter months as people aged 65 and over tend to stay inside more. According to researchers […]