Anxiety disorder

Anxiety disorders are a group of mental disorders characterized by significant feelings of anxiety and fear. Anxiety is a worry about future events, fear is a reaction to current events; these feelings may cause physical symptoms, such as shakiness. There are several anxiety disorders, including generalized anxiety disorder, specific phobia, social anxiety disorder, separation anxiety disorder, panic disorder, selective mutism; the disorder differs by. People have more than one anxiety disorder; the cause of anxiety disorders is thought to be a combination of environmental factors. Risk factors include a history of child abuse, family history of mental disorders, poverty. Anxiety disorders occur with other mental disorders major depressive disorder, personality disorder, substance use disorder. To be diagnosed symptoms need to be present for at least 6 months, be more than what would be expected for the situation, decrease functioning. Other problems that may result in similar symptoms include hyperthyroidism.

Without treatment, anxiety disorders tend to remain. Treatment may include lifestyle changes and medications. Counselling is with a type of cognitive behavioral therapy. Medications, such as antidepressants, benzodiazepines, or beta blockers, may improve symptoms. About 12% of people are affected by an anxiety disorder in a given year, between 5% and 30% are affected over a lifetime, they occur in females about twice as as in males, begin before age 25 years. The most common are specific phobias, which affect nearly 12%, social anxiety disorder, which affects 10%. Phobias affect people between the ages of 15 and 35, become less common after age 55. Rates appear to be higher in the United States and Europe. Generalized anxiety disorder is a common disorder, characterized by long-lasting anxiety, not focused on any one object or situation; those suffering from generalized anxiety disorder experience non-specific persistent fear and worry, become overly concerned with everyday matters. Generalized anxiety disorder is "characterized by chronic excessive worry accompanied by three or more of the following symptoms: restlessness, concentration problems, muscle tension, sleep disturbance".

Generalized anxiety disorder is the most common anxiety disorder to affect older adults. Anxiety can be a symptom of a medical or substance abuse problem, medical professionals must be aware of this. A diagnosis of GAD is made when a person has been excessively worried about an everyday problem for six months or more. A person may find that they have problems making daily decisions and remembering commitments as a result of lack of concentration/preoccupation with worry. Appearance looks strained, with increased sweating from the hands and axillae, they may be tearful, which can suggest depression. Before a diagnosis of anxiety disorder is made, physicians must rule out drug-induced anxiety and other medical causes. In children GAD may be associated with headaches, abdominal pain, heart palpitations, it begins around 8 to 9 years of age. The single largest category of anxiety disorders is that of specific phobias which includes all cases in which fear and anxiety are triggered by a specific stimulus or situation.

Between 5% and 12% of the population worldwide suffer from specific phobias. Sufferers anticipate terrifying consequences from encountering the object of their fear, which can be anything from an animal to a location to a bodily fluid to a particular situation. Common phobias are flying, water, highway driving, tunnels; when people are exposed to their phobia, they may experience trembling, shortness of breath, or rapid heartbeat. People understand that their fear is not proportional to the actual potential danger but still are overwhelmed by it. With panic disorder, a person has brief attacks of intense terror and apprehension marked by trembling, confusion, nausea, and/or difficulty breathing; these panic attacks, defined by the APA as fear or discomfort that abruptly arises and peaks in less than ten minutes, can last for several hours. Attacks can be triggered by stress, irrational thoughts, general fear or fear of the unknown, or exercise. However, sometimes the trigger is unclear and the attacks can arise without warning.

To help prevent an attack one can avoid the trigger. This being said not all attacks can be prevented. In addition to recurrent unexpected panic attacks, a diagnosis of panic disorder requires that said attacks have chronic consequences: either worry over the attacks' potential implications, persistent fear of future attacks, or significant changes in behavior related to the attacks; as such, those suffering from panic disorder experience symptoms outside specific panic episodes. Normal changes in heartbeat are noticed by a panic sufferer, leading them to think something is wrong with their heart or they are about to have another panic attack. In some cases, a heightened awareness of body functioning occurs during panic attacks, wherein any perceived physiological change is interpreted as a possible life-threatening illness. Agoraphobia is the specific anxiety about being in a place or situation where escape is difficult or embarrassing or where help may be unavailable. Agoraphobia is linked with panic disorder and is precipitated by the fear of having a panic attack.

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Adithya Srinivasan

Adithya Srinivasan is an Indian singer-songwriter. He is best known for his award winning ghazals, international singles in classical and world music genres, his notable performances include opening for Ghulam Ali. Adithya's tribute to 6 ghazals rendered by Mehdi Hassan, Jagjit Singh, Ghulam Ali and Pankaj Udhas won him the Singer of the Year Silver Award from Swar Systems, Switzerland. Adithya's first international single Gham-e-Duniya written by the Mughal poet Mirza Ghalib and featuring a Miss Diva finalist, earned a 5 star rating on Apple iTunes, went viral on YouTube. In 2014, Adithya featured Grammy nominated pianist Jonathan Wesley and flautist Parth Chandiramani for Tu Hi Dilruba, landing a consideration in the 57th Grammy Awards ballot, a Silver Award in the Southeast Asian VIMA Music Awards. Adithya collaborated with Massachusetts based composer Sonaljit and Hollywood screen & stage actress Yanna Fabian for Devanke in 2015, landing a consideration in the 58th Grammy Awards ballot, a nomination in the 3rd Radio City Freedom Awards, a Judge's Special Award in the Southeast Asian VIMA Music Awards.

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Licks Tour

The Licks Tour was a worldwide concert tour undertaken by The Rolling Stones during 2002 and 2003, in support of their 40th anniversary compilation album Forty Licks. The tour grossed over $300 million, becoming the second highest grossing tour at that time, behind their own Voodoo Lounge Tour of 1994–1995; the itinerary continued the Rolling Stones' practice of mixing theatre and stadium venues. With little new music to promote, set lists were featured a total of 80 different songs. Planned dates in East Asia and the final date of the tour were cancelled in response to the SARS outbreak of 2002–2003. Additionally, because Toronto, Canada was affected, the Rolling Stones headlined the Molson Canadian Rocks for Toronto concert on 30 July 2003 to help the city recover from the effects of the epidemic, it was attended by an estimated 490,000 people. On 7–9 November 2003, the band played its first concerts in Hong Kong, as part of the Harbour Fest celebration; the tour was sponsored by E-Trade. The Set List for each show depended on what type of venue they were played, Arena, or Theatre.

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