When a person has Generalized Anxiety Disorder they will feel restless, have trouble concentrating, they may feel irritable, and have difficulty concentrating. In addition, they may feel tense and have trouble sleeping. The person will often worry and have anxiety about many aspects of life.
Generalized Anxiety is treated by Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and Mindfulness Therapies. You will work with your therapist to reduce your symptoms and help you with your therapy goals. In addition, you will learn interventions that will help you reduce stress, and increase relaxation and coping skills.