Two of my roommates are suffering from social anxiety. This prompted me to ask my research questions: 'What do social anxiety mean about the most effective treatments and what does current medical psychology research suggest?' My mind is spinning with many concerns I can't answer yet. I thought that getting into the library and doing some work was the best way to learn more about social anxiety because the solutions won't be lost. I hope that the knowledge of my roommates may be some help in whatever I cannot answer. I can now see that this research paper will increase awareness of how to handle the disease for others. I might help a lot of people deal with this mental disorder. I believe that we have all felt social anxiety in many forms and more than once.
The apprehension of being criticized by others also is social anxiety. This issue is important for me as my roommates are always behind closed doors and without understanding my boundaries, I don't want to keep pressing the issue. I believe that it is important to inquire if another family member could pass on this condition. I also want to know what helps the anxiety. Can social anxiety be cured? Is there any special treatment? I want to know how it happens, to know when it happens, and to know why it happens. Sometimes people look on the outside and never know what’s going on inside. This research will not only help me with my roommates but with others as well, especially in the medical field when I pursue my career as a nurse. I really want to know can social anxiety be temporarily, or can it be permanent? What age can you start to develop the signs of this anxiety?
Severe stress can affect the daily routine, job, school, etc. Social anxiety disorder is a lifelong psychiatric condition but practicing psychotherapy will help you build trust and improve your ability to communicate. If you do not undergo counseling, you may feel much better over the short term when preventing anxiety-producing conditions. Social anxiety is probably because of a complex bio-environmental disorder like many other mental health situations. Let’s hope my research and findings be useful to my roommates.
When I clicked on the GGC Galileo website I immediately searched social anxiety in quotation marks like this “Social Anxiety”. I read the first 5 chapters of the book above and the book explained how everyone may have experienced social anxiety once before. Like when your meeting someone new or going for a job interview you get that nervous butterfly feeling, that’s social anxiety. The book gave several scenarios on different levels of social anxiety. Chapter 4 explains the causes of Social Anxiety, the scientific research factors includes family childhood, genetics, and any stuttering from family experiences. Social anxiety and social anxiety disorder are two different terms. Social anxiety disorder is more of an official diagnosis by mental health professionals. Social anxiety is much more of just a distress person who interacts or perform in front of other people.
The second book I find at the GGC website contains a number of maps demonstrating the low rates of SAD (Social Anxiety Disorder) in boys and females at the age of 13 and 64 years of ages. It also looks deeper into the social and cognitive context. It also clarified the lack of self-esteem and shame of many people who suffer from SAD. The book also discusses that interpersonal phobia is also labeled SAD. Charts showed that 42% of children were shy from infancy to early adolescence. It was founded that in 1994 adults with social anxiety were more likely to have parents who have kept them isolated as children.
I recently discovered this book on the website of the GGC library and saw a written copy of the book was not on loan. On the second floor, I find this book past section RC 552. Chapter 4 addresses social anxiety and the timidity with it. The book discusses the right treatment and appropriate drugs. An appendix with a list of links and references for any additional questions is also included in the back of the book. Page 17 explains how there are three nature levels of anxiety, which are cognitions, physiological responses, and behaviors. Physiological responses is the evidence of the body’s response. The body experience the dryness of the mouth, the increased heart rate, the increased breathing, and the increase in urinate.
I also retrieved this book from the second-floor past section RC 531. This book is helpful in any possible way because at end of every chapter there is a reference list. Chapter 2 highlight a numerous of risk factor. The risk can be biological factors, developmental factors, and cognitive factors. The developmental factors can come from the lost of one or more parent, divorce, or history of abuse. It also explained that back in 1999 Schwartz and a few colleagues founded that 61% were classified as inhibited at the age 2, has developed social anxiety at 13. And the other 27% developed social anxiety later after 13.