Anxiety Disorder is a sudden feeling of qualms, uneasiness, nervousness, and anxiousness. Symptoms vary for each person. In the adolescent years anxiety shines the most. With school work, and social interaction. In our society, many people diagnose themselves with anxiety, because they are nervous, they believe they have an anxiety disorder. In the adolescent years anxiety is there, but usually mild, in today’s society, because studies show that anxiety has increased over the years. The denotation of anxiety is a sudden feeling of sickness, apprehension, paranoia. Eager and anxious are often used incorrectly, using the opposing one as the other. Anxiety means anticipation of an impending event. However, eager implies that the person looks forward to the occurrence, while the connotation of anxious is that they dread it. This distinction is weakening in modern English usage. Anxiety is a serious topic for the whole world to learn about, learn how to recognize it, and treat it. (Daily Writing Tips)
Hysteria is a neurotic disorder characterized by violent emotional outbreaks and disturbances of sensory and motor functions. Anxiety affects Hysteria because some diagnosed patients are anxious and do not know when their emotional outbreak will happen. Social anxiety is another form of anxiety, and is more common than an anxiety disorder. Social anxiety prevents or withholds someone from participating in social activities, or gatherings. There is controversy if anxiety is transferred through genetics, and if it is connected with anxiety disorder. Each doctor in the medical field is bias. Every doctor has a different opinion and tell their patients. Anxiety usually has a form of Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (O.C.D) that comes with it. If someone has O.C.D. studies show that the average of diagnosed patients have anxiety. Treatment for anxiety with medication is now one of the most prescribed pills, and behavioral therapy is also a common treatment option.
Hysteria is a mental disease, when the subject’s emotions are uncontrollable. Huffington Post states: “Hysteria was the first mental disorder attributed to women (and only women) -- a catch-all for symptoms, including...emotional outbursts and various urges of the sexual variety” (HuffingtonPost). Hysteria is a mental disorder that causes uncontrollable emotions. When Hysteria was first diagnosed, it was something completely different than it was today. In about the 1800s Hysteria was thought of as a disease that the woman's sexual organs were not normal. Hysteria in today’s definition, causes social anxiety because the patient is anxious, and does not know when their next emotional outbreak will be.
Social anxiety is the third largest physiological sickness in America, behind depression and Alcoholism. A website dedicated wholly to social anxiety claims that: “Social anxiety is the fear of being judged and evaluated negatively by other people, leading to feelings of inadequacy, inferiority,...