What is Pharmaco Therapy
Psychopharmaceuticals are medications which have a therapeutic effect on the central nervous system and in this way have a beneficial effect on pathological changes in the experience and behavior of mental disorders.
Depending on the mode of action and the area of application, psychopharmaceuticals are divided into several different groups
Contrary to common beliefs, most psychopharmaceuticals are neither addictive nor able to alter the personality of the patient treated. Rather, they help to alleviate symptoms of the disease, they lessen the mood and lessen the anxiety, and in many patients they provide a means to improved vitality and quality of life.
What are Pharmacotherapy?
Anxiety disorders are a group of mental health conditions that cause persistent and intrusive fears and worries that disrupt your day-to-day life.
The most common type of anxiety disorder is generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). GAD triggers worries about everyday situations, including work, family, health, or chores. Other types of anxiety include:
- Social anxiety
- Separation anxiety
- Panic disorder
- Specific phobias
The exact cause of anxiety isn’t fully understood. However, medical research indicates that a combination of factors, including irregular brain chemistry, a family history of anxiety or other mental health conditions, and a personal history of trauma, contribute to anxiety.
Additionally, other health conditions sometimes trigger anxiety, such as heart disease, thyroid disease, and chronic pain disorders.
What are the symptoms of Pharmacotherapy?
Anxiety can cause a variety of mental and physical symptoms. For example, some of the common signs of anxiety include:
- Feeling nervous or tense
- Poor concentration
- Distracted by worries
- Rapid heart rate
- Increased respiration
- Disrupted sleep
- Avoidance behaviors