What Is Phase Of Life Adjustment Anxiety?
Change is a natural part of life. At some point in their lives everyone may experience illness, marriage, divorce, empty-nest syndrome, work problems, or another event that dramatically affects their normal routine or creates a new environment. Sufferers of Phase of Life Adjustment Anxiety experience a serious emotional jolt when they’re not able to adjust to these changes. The anxiety they feel serves as a trigger for stress that interferes with their daily lives.
How To Recognize Phase Of Life Adjustment Anxiety
People are extremely vulnerable to Phase of Life Adjustment Anxiety during normal transitional periods such as adolescence, mid-life, and late-life. Symptoms for this condition often appear when a person has to adjust to a new environment, new place, new school, or a new relationship.
Such changes can result in feelings of:
- Being driven to a reckless state of mind
Both Men and Women Are Susceptible
People who have a diagnosed case of illness, continuance of medical therapy, or who experienced frequent moving in their childhood are more susceptible to developing this condition. It can arise in men and women of any age, although among adults, women are more vulnerable. Symptoms typically develop within 3 months of the beginning of a stressful problem and usually continue for approximately 3-6 months.
How Is Phase Of Life Adjustment Anxiety Treated?
Therapy can help lessen or alleviate the ongoing symptoms of Phase of Life Adjustment Anxiety before they become disabling. For some, group therapy is suggested so sufferers can understand that others are experiencing the same concerns and problems.
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