Social Anxiety Disorder (Social Phobia)
People with Social Anxiety Disorder have intense anxiety around other people, commonly in social and professional settings, and often go to great lengths to avoid interacting with other people. Anxiety centers on fear of being judged or rejected. When interactions with others cannot be avoided, many people with social phobia experience physical symptoms of anxiety including racing heartbeat, sweating, tremors, nausea, and sometimes full-blown panic attacks.
Social Anxiety Disorder can be treated with psychotherapy alone, medication alone, or a combination of therapy and medication.
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