Stating that anxiety, which is naturally in life, is one of the reactions given to warn and activate the person against dangers, Medicana Bahçelievler Hospital Psychiatrist Dr. Özcan Kafalı emphasized that the anxiety about daily work is manageable and at a normal level, but spending a significant part of the day with these thoughts may be a symptom of common anxiety disorder. “ANXIETY IS HIGHLY MORE RATE TO THE REAL PROBLEM” Underlining that generalized anxiety…"Common anxiety symptom; Intense and persistent anxiety"
When the anxiety of university exam, which is always a major concern for students, combined with the anxiety caused by the Covid-19 epidemic and pandemic conditions affecting the whole world, the candidates faced more stress. Candidates who cannot meet with their friends as often as they used to, and who have to communicate with their teachers online, try to cope with the stress of exam preparation as well as the anxiety brought about by the…"Exam anxiety is not something to be dealt with!"
Monday, March 15, 2021 – 15:03 | Last Updated: 15 03 2021 – 15:04 Noting that the brain health has been significantly affected in a year since the pandemic, experts point out that panic and anxiety disorders are the most common in the pandemic. Drawing attention to the negative effects of social isolation, stress, anxiety and pessimism on brain health, experts point out that especially the elderly are more affected by stress, anxiety and isolation…"The forgetfulness levels of dementia patients increased, panic and anxiety increased!"
Head of the Psychology Department of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences stated that the anxiety problem is inevitable in people with agoraphobia, which is known as ‘fear of space’, and various physical symptoms such as panic attacks, vomiting and chills are at the basis of anxiety. Lecturer Stating that agoraphobia can also be seen in open spaces, Hüseyin Ebadi stated that early treatment is important. “IT IS DEVELOPING WITH THE THOUGHT IT IS DIFFICULT…"‘Anxiety is inevitable in people with agoraphobia’"
gave | Wednesday, February 17, 2021 – 16:52 | Last Updated: 17 02 2021 – 16:52 According to a survey study conducted by the World Economic Forum-Ipsos, the inability to completely prevent the epidemic has increased stress, anxiety and loneliness among employees. While approximately 30 percent of working adults take leave for this reason, 56 percent stated that they are worried about job security, and 55 percent stated that they are stressed due to changes…"Coronavirus increased stress, anxiety and loneliness of employees"