Anxiety Disorders; OCD to PTSD Explained

Anxiety Disorders; OCD to PTSD Explained

Editor: Vladimir Bajic | Tactical Investor

Anxiety Disorders explained

Let’s look at one of our top trending articles for the week before getting to the anxiety disorders article.

We have always stated that when it comes to the markets, discipline and patience are paramount to success, and right now, patience is called for. We will have many opportunities resembling the one we experienced from Nov 2018 to Feb 2019. As far as the masses were concerned the period from Nov 2018 to Feb 2019 was a period of stress and chaos. They always react in the wrong way at precisely the right time.

Sentiment has not changed that much this week; the current readings stand at

Notice a pattern here; the lowest reading comes from the bulls, and when you combine the neutrals and bears it adds up to 64.  In the long run, the crowd is too uncertain for the markets to crash, but that does not mean the markets cannot experience a fast and furious pullback. Too many markets are trending upwards, and certain markets like bitcoin are showing signs of the“feeding frenzy stage”, and lastly, V readings are still at all-time high levels indicating that extreme volatility is something we should all be prepared for. One could, therefore, conclude that the Stock Market Forecast For Next 3 months is likely to be bullish and that all strong pullback backs should be viewed through a bullish lens. Continue reading

Anxiety Disorders Explained

So what’s the difference between Anxiety disorders and Obsessive-compulsive disorders. The excerpt from the following article covers this topic well. If you want more details just click the link at the end of the excerpt.

Anxiety disorders are a group of disorders in which a person experiences excessive, persistent, and distressing fear and anxiety that interferes with normal functioning. Anxiety disorders include specific phobia: a specific unrealistic fear; social anxiety disorder: extreme fear and avoidance of social situations; panic disorder: suddenly overwhelmed by panic even though there is no apparent reason to be frightened; agoraphobia: intense fear and avoidance of situations in which it might be difficult to escape; and generalized anxiety disorder: a relatively continuous state of tension, apprehension, and dread.

Obsessive-compulsive and related disorders like body dysmorphic disorder or hoarding are a group of DSM-5 disorders that overlap somewhat in that they each involve intrusive thoughts and/or repetitive behaviours that also typically cause anxiousness. Perhaps the most recognized of these disorders is obsessive-compulsive disorder, in which a person is obsessed with unwanted, unpleasant thoughts and/or compulsively engages in repetitive behaviours or mental acts, perhaps as a way of coping with the obsessions. Lumen Learning

 

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