People with a generalized anxiety disorder experience large parts of their surrounding as threatening and are disproportionately worried. Because of the physical discomfort associated with anxiety, e.g. restlessness, dizziness, and sleep disorders, many sufferers believe they are physically ill.
This guide carefully examines the specifics of the disorder and compares these with other anxiety disorders. The reader receives information about the etiology and maintenance of the generalized anxiety disorder as well as disorders that are often accompanied by generalized anxiety disorder.
The guide informs the reader on how the disorder can be managed and contains examples and exercises that can be done out of the comfort of the own home to provide relief.
Target Group: people who suffer from anxiety and their family members, psychotherapists, coaches