Types of Anxiety Disorders which CBD can help with:
#1 Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
A chronic disorder characterized by a prolonged sense of worry and anxiety about events, situations, and objects with no specifics. Those who have GAD may worry about money, health, work, relationships, etc. but they have no idea how to identify the root cause of their worries.
They think that disaster may strike their life any moment and that permeating sense of danger interferes with their daily functions and relationships.
#2 Social Anxiety Disorder
This is a type of phobia in which the sufferers feel a constant sense of fear of public embarrassments and as if someone is always negatively judging them. Fear of humiliation, stage fright, fear of intimacy, fear of interaction can make people avoid public places, rendering normal life impossible to lead.
#3 Panic Disorder
Panic disorders are characterized by sudden attacks of intense fear and terror that may lead to adverse physical responses like nausea, dizziness, choking, shaking, and confusion. Panic attacks have a broad range of triggers and are often spontaneous, contrary to popular belief.
The longest panic attack I ever had lasted three hours, but it felt like it was going to go on forever. Those were the longest three hours of the life that I never wish to experience again.
#4 Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)
OCD is a type of anxiety disorder that gives you thoughts that are distressing, repetitive, and intrudes into many spheres of your life. Even though the repercussions of OCD are not as intense as panic attacks, they can still pretty much wreck havoc if not identified and checked.
Acts such as obsessively cleaning personal items, continually checking light switches, locks, stoves, walking in specific patterns, feeling distraught after seeing things out of their place are all signs of OCD.
#5 Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
PTSD results from any incidence of previous trauma such as accidents, military combat, hostage situations, or others. People living with PTSD often experience intense flashbacks and behavioral changes that help them cope up with the change of stimuli.