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Anxiety disorders are a group of psychiatric disorders. They can be broken down into three main divisions. There are mood disorders and psychotic disorders. Then there is anxiety disorders. Anxiety disorders share a common denominator in the appearance of symptoms. However, the symptoms of each disorder are distinguished by the triggers and timing of the symptoms. The symptoms of anxiety disorders are thought merely to shorten the natural human responses to threatening situations. There are symptoms and manifestations of anxiety disorders that can be both psychological and physical. There are anxiety symptoms that can be related to thoughts, worries and concerns. However, there are also anxiety symptoms that can be related to physical reactions to these concerns or anxieties. These physical symptoms can include clammy hands and increased heart rate. These symptoms are associated with situations in which someone is at risk. Anxiety disorders can be a severe form of anxiety. However, there are natural symptoms and experiences that can sometimes be understood. In some cases, it is important to have these reactions in order to be prepared for dangers. When they become severe, these symptoms can be considered disorders. If the threat is not present or is very minor. Or if the response is too strong that it blocks us from responding effectively. Anxiety disorders include a variety of disorders that can cause excessive anxiety. The triggers and timing of the symptoms vary among the disorders. There are effective treatments available for anxiety disorders. It is important to have a thorough evaluation in order to determine what treatment options might be most helpful.