Health Reference Series: Anxiety Disorders Source Book

Editor: Maharaja, Siva Ganesh
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Omnigraphics, Inc.

Single-User Purchase Price: $85.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $127.50
ISBN: 978-0-7808-1587-2
Category: Health & Medicine - Health
Image Count: 24
Book Status: Available
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Anxiety Disorders Sourcebook, First Edition provides an insight about the ways people encounter anxiety and its various types, including general anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and panic disorder. It also provides information about chronic illnesses due to anxiety and ways to overcome it.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Part I: Introduction to Mental Health Disorders and Anxiety
  • Chapter 1— Introduction to Mental Health Disorders
  • Section 1.1— What Is Mental Health?
  • Section 1.2— Mental Health Myths and Facts
  • Chapter 2— Understanding Anxiety Disorders
  • Chapter 3— Prevalence of Anxiety Disorders in United States
  • Chapter 4— Anxiety Disorders in Specific Populations
  • Section 4.1— Anxiety and Depression among Children
  • Section 4.2— Anxiety among Teens
  • Section 4.3— Anxiety among Pregnant Women
  • Section 4.4— Anxiety among Older Adults
  • Section 4.5— Anxiety among Gay and Bisexual Men
  • Chapter 5— How Anxiety Affects Quality of Life
  • Part II: Types of Anxiety Disorders
  • Chapter 6— Agoraphobia
  • Chapter 7— General Anxiety Disorder
  • Chapter 8— Illness Anxiety Disorder
  • Chapter 9— Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
  • Section 9.1— Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) among Children
  • Section 9.2— Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder among Adults
  • Section 9.3— Hoarding Disorder: A Form of OCD
  • Chapter 10— Panic Disorder
  • Chapter 11— Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Section 11.1— Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  • Section 11.2— PTSD in Children and Teens
  • Section 11.3— Issues Related to Women
  • Section 11.4— How Is Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Measured?
  • Section 11.5— Coping with Traumatic Stress Reactions
  • Chapter 12— Selective Mutism
  • Chapter 13— Separation Anxiety Disorder
  • Chapter 14— Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Section 14.1— What Is Social Anxiety Disorder?
  • Section 14.2— Brain Imaging Predicts Psychotherapy Success in Patients with Social Anxiety Disorder
  • Chapter 15— Somatic Symptom Disorder
  • Chapter 16— Specific Phobia
  • Chapter 17— Test Anxiety
  • Part III: Causes, Risk Factors, and Treatment for Anxiety Disorders
  • Chapter 18— Anxiety: Signs and Symptoms
  • Chapter 19— Risk Factors of Anxiety Disorders
  • Chapter 20— Anxiety due to Quitting Smoking
  • Chapter 21— Bullying and Its Impact on Children
  • Chapter 22— Diagnosis for People with Anxiety
  • Chapter 23— Treatment Options for People with Anxiety
  • Chapter 24— Therapies for Anxiety
  • Section 24.1— Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Section 24.2— Psychotherapy
  • Section 24.3— Antianxiety Medications
  • Chapter 25— Complementary and Alternative Approaches for Anxiety
  • Section 25.1— Are You Considering a Complementary Health Approach?
  • Section 25.2— Anxiety and Complementary Health Approaches: What the Science Says
  • Section 25.3— Things to Know about Complementary Health Approaches for Anxiety
  • Section 25.4— Abdominal Breathing
  • Section 25.5— Chamomile Capsules Ease Anxiety
  • Section 25.6— Meditation for Treating Anxiety
  • Section 25.7— Mindfulness Practice in the Treatment of Anxiety
  • Section 25.8— Relaxation Therapy
  • Section 25.9— Yoga
  • Chapter 26— Technology and the Future of Mental Health Treatment
  • Part IV: Anxiety and Other Chronic Illnesses
  • Chapter 27— Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD)
  • Chapter 28— Bipolar Disorder
  • Chapter 29— Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD)
  • Chapter 30— Borderline Personality Disorder
  • Chapter 31— Cancer
  • Chapter 32— Depression
  • Chapter 33— Eating Disorders
  • Chapter 34— Erectile Dysfunction
  • Chapter 35— Fibromyalgia
  • Chapter 36— HIV/AIDS
  • Chapter 37— Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Chapter 38— Insomnia Disorders
  • Chapter 39— Menopause
  • Chapter 40— Substance Abuse
  • Section 40.1— Mental and Substance Use Disorders
  • Section 40.2— Link between Marijuana Use and Psychiatric Disorders
  • Part V: Managing Stress and Everyday Anxiety
  • Chapter 41— Coping with Stress
  • Chapter 42— Walking to Wellness
  • Chapter 43— Becoming More Resilient
  • Chapter 44— Coping with Emotions without Smoking
  • Chapter 45— Pets Are Good for Mental Health
  • Chapter 46— Reducing Anxiety before Any Surgical Procedure
  • Part VI: Looking Ahead
  • Chapter 47— Living with Anxiety Disorders
  • Chapter 48— Facing Mental Health Problems: What You Need to Do
  • Chapter 49— Financial Assistance for Treating Mental Health Problems
  • Chapter 50— Caregivers and Mental Health
  • Section 50.1— Understanding Anxiety Disorders— From a Caregiver's Perspective
  • Section 50.2— Self-Care for Family Caregivers
  • Section 50.3— Caregiver Stress
  • Chapter 51— Clinical Trials
  • Section 51.1— Importance of Clinical Trials
  • Section 51.2— Attention Bias Modification Treatment (ABMT) for Anxiety Disorders
  • Section 51.3— Gaze Contingent Feedback for Anxiety Disorders in Children
  • Section 51.4— Elective Coronary Angiography and Anxiety Study (ANGST)
  • Section 51.5— Stuttering and Anxiety
  • Chapter 52— Research on Anxiety Disorders
  • Section 52.1— Role of Research in Improving the Understanding and Treatment of Anxiety Disorders
  • Section 52.2— Pediatrics-Based Brief Therapy Outdoes Referral for Youths with Anxiety and Depression
  • Section 52.3— Estrogen Alters Memory Circuit Function in Women with Gene Variant
  • Section 52.4— Circuitry for Fearful Feelings, Behavior Untangled in Anxiety Disorders
  • Section 52.5— The Relationship between PTSD and Suicide
  • Part VII: Additional Help and Information
  • Chapter 53— Glossary of Terms Related to Anxiety Disorders
  • Chapter 54— Statewide Mental Health Resources
  • Chapter 55— Directory of Organizations That Help People with Anxiety Disorders and Other Mental Health Concerns