1. Generalized Anxiety – Anxiety can be free-floating, that is, ever present on some level, but not always high.
2. Panic Disorder – Anxiety becomes panic attacks that leave people afraid of the next attack and of losing control.
3. Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder – Anxiety is shown as intrusive thoughts that produce uneasiness, worry, or apprehension.
4. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – Veterans and other who experience violent personal assaults such as war, rape, mugging, or domestic violence; terrorism; natural or human-caused disasters; and accidents experience this severe form of anxiety with a variety of symptoms.
5. Phobias (social phobia, agoraphobia, and specific phobia) – Anxiety is a fear of a specific object (snake) or situation (crowds, heights).
* In other posts , I will try to describe specific features and some ways of managing the different problems.