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Anxiety is a side effect of evolution

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Anxiety is a side effect of evolution and population growth. When you factor in all the pollution and chemicals we are exposed to every day for the last 100 years you know there has to be side effects. We have become such a high stress, over consuming, law infused society it has caused a psychological side effect of anxiety and panic at an alarming rate. Anxiety has only been recognized as an illness in the last 30 years and now there is any where from 15% to 35%  of the population effected by it depending on who you believe

 I am seeing younger and younger people suffering from anxiety,  I think Health departments and community agencies need to get a head of this future epidemic by recognizing the signs and instilling positive stimulation from a very young age and stop treating this illness in the doctors offices with medication. Schools are already a form of group therapy, they go to school to learn and improve their lives. Having basic psychological education programs added into school curriculum may help prepare kids to handle today's stressful society and teach them self control.

This is an illness that can be treated and controlled without drugs and the endless lists of side effects. Psychological treatment can be administered at a very young age without any side effects while building self confidence to help deal with stressful situations throughout life. Health Departments need to think of the big picture and not the individual treatment solution. Early prevention and treatment could save billions in health cost as well as millions of hours of employment down time every year.

Please feel free to expand on any ideas opinions or thoughts members may have for preventing or decreasing anxiety and panic for our future generations

Rob Hyden in plain sight



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  • Comment Link Hyden Rob Wednesday, 14 August 2013 05:10 posted by Hyden Rob

    Thank you for forwarding this to facebook Melissa. It's the next generations we need to focus on and introduce preventive measures to combat social anxiety disorder and panic attacks. We need to recognize it, embrace it and treat it in both the school system and the family unit.
    Health departments need to formulate a preventive plan for society, starting at a very young age by instilling positive stimulation for social interaction and stress related conditions.

  • Comment Link Melissa Bruno Wednesday, 14 August 2013 03:19 posted by Melissa Bruno i shared your paper.

  • Comment Link Melissa Bruno Wednesday, 14 August 2013 03:09 posted by Melissa Bruno

    I am So in agreement!!! Absolutely! This makes perfect sense! You have very good ideas there! If only that were implemented for when we were little!

  • Comment Link Jihski Tuesday, 13 August 2013 08:44 posted by Jihski

    I never really preferred drugs either.

  • Comment Link Jihski Tuesday, 13 August 2013 08:43 posted by Jihski

    I have social anxiety, my mom said my grandpa is a very shy and timid person but he's very hardworking. He is a world war II generation. I've already experienced victory over my anxiety, but it really needs alot of effort to fight it everyday.

  • Comment Link Hyden Rob Sunday, 11 August 2013 20:55 posted by Hyden Rob

    Thank you for your kind words and please forward to anyone you think would be interested

  • Comment Link Beth Gip Sunday, 11 August 2013 20:14 posted by Beth Gip

    Rob, very well said and thought out. I've never really thought about the prevention and arming our children with the tools to actually be able to learn to cope with day to day events! Truly innovative thinking, I love it!

  • Comment Link ambie630 Sunday, 11 August 2013 12:51 posted by ambie630

    I completely agree! Building self confidence is key here, I believe, and it's definitely something that too many people lack.

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