Anxiety Disorder is the sum of a number of influencing factors that help the development of the problem. Many of these factors in one’s life come by his or her chance of being born in a family that ultimately influences his or her lifestyle. Inherited traits, family conditions, personality development under specific culture of the family, child raising habits and financial conditions, marital relations etc are thought to be contributing factors. Larger parts of these remain, uncontrollable except one’s own personal will and choice.
The problem is substantially enhanced by alcoholism and drug abuse, or sometimes even due to prolonged usage of therapeutic drugs. Sometimes the disorder is associated with illness like Hypoglycemia. The interrelated factors that cause Anxiety Disorder are:
The immediate environment of an individual influences ones life the most in shaping the character. Of course there is a great amount of hereditary influence. The roles of family, financial conditions, childhoods experiences and so on are contributors of ones attitude towards the life.
Negative attitude assuredly works towards building lack of confidence in people and also their ability to cope with stress. Such people always feel neglected, and treat others with suspicion while keeping the self on the inferior side of comparative scale. Thus they are always fearful and stressed.
It is often observed that the presence of inherited traits largely influences one’s behavior, thoughts and action. If one’s family history were examined carefully it would reveal previous existence of such disorders.
The root of Anxiety Disorder in one’s life may arise out of certain traumatic experiences, immaterial in which stage of the life one is in, like a split in the family, death of a very dear one, or an accident.
Hypochondria – constantly visiting the Doctor:
One must have to visit a doctor for most minor discomfort assuming it to be a beginning of some serious ailment.
A feeling hopelessness with no possibility of seeing a reversal.
Thoughts or fears of under-performance.
Feelings that are beyond the control of our body or mind that greatly influence our actions and behavior and ultimately lead to promotion of Anxiety Disorder. An example could be aggression or anger.
Medical situations that contribute to Anxiety Disorder:
• Adrenal Diseases
• Cardiac problems
• Sleep Disorders
• Thyroid problems