Anxiety/ Social Anxiety
People with anxiety frequently have a constant sense of dread or anxiety that interferes with daily activities. It is not the same as occasionally worrying or feeling anxious as a result of demanding life situations. For months or even years, people who have generalized anxiety disorder endure regular anxiety.
A typical form of anxiety condition is social anxiety disorder. When engaged with circumstances where they could be observed, assessed, or judged by others, a person with social anxiety disorder experiences sensations of anxiety or terror. A person may have anxiety or fear when engaging in routine social interactions with others, such as eating or drinking in public or using the restroom, due to worries about being rejected, judged, or humiliated. People with social anxiety disorder experience such overwhelming fear in social settings that they believe they are powerless to control it.