The fast pace of the world today appears to be causing a global epidemic of anxiety disorder- related diseases.
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According to the World Economic Forum (WEF), this disease affects 275 million people, that is, 4 percent of the total population of the planet. The most worrying thing? The World Health Organization (WHO) indicates that 62% of people living with this disorder are women.
“We have a lower tolerance for frustration and we are afraid to resolve what is weighing us down. That’s why we better avoid it ”, mentioned Nina Nander, co-founder of the consultancy Yo Te Understand, when asked why anxiety disorders have increased in recent years around the world.
Although distress can manifest itself in various ways depending on the individual, the Mayo Clinic notes that the most frequently experienced symptoms are:
- Apprehension when…