Generalized Anxiety Disorder
 

People suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder are often aware that their worry is excessive and unrealistic, but despite efforts
to control it, they remain anxious and preoccupied with many worries.

 Generalized anxiety disorder is a common form of anxiety that includes the following symptoms:

1. Excessive and uncontrollable worry about many aspects of one’s life
    ( job, family, home, health, finances, etc.).
2. Restlessness
3. Insomnia
4. Muscle tension
5. Irritability
6. Difficulty concentrating
7. Easily fatigued

 

If you have any of these symptoms, you may have Generalized Anxiety Disorder. 
call us at (212) 543-1311 or e-mail Heidi Fitterling at fitterlh@child.cpmc.columbia.edu