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Question:

From Delhi, India:

What do you mean by anxiety neurosis? What are its symptoms? Do people with diabetes or blood pressure have it? What are the remedies?

Answer:

Anxiety neurosis is a old term which is used to describe a condition in which anxiety occurs out of proportion to the real danger of a situation, and which can lead to maladaptive behavior. It is treated with either psychotherapy and/or medication. It does not have to be associated with another illness, but certainly a chronic illness like diabetes can exacerbate the condition.

TGL

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Original posting 6 Jun 2000
Posted to Other Illnesses

  
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