Anxiety disorder – also known as anxiety disorder – is the state of feeling that the anxiety is so severe that it prevents the effort to be made in order to meet the need. For example; It is the situation where a person who needs to be successful during the exam cannot answer the questions in case of extreme anxiety.
There are a number of defense mechanisms in the human brain in order for excessive anxiety to become bearable. These can be divided into two main headings as successful or unsuccessful.
Failed defense mechanisms are those that cannot reduce anxiety to the bearable point. For example, denial is one of them. Think once! What happens when a thirsty person denies their thirst because of the anxiety they feel? The thirst increases further, accordingly the anxiety becomes more severe and in parallel, instead of being resolved, the anxiety increases to the level of illness. Successful mechanisms are; It can be summarized as an effort to identify the reason for anxiety and produce a solution. There are different subtypes that vary according to the source of anxiety: Generalized anxiety disorder, Panic disorder, Obsessive compulsive disorder, Social anxiety disorder, Post-traumatic stress disorder, Specific phobia. The individual may be experiencing more than one of these subtype disorders at the same time.