ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
Whether it’s paying attention during a training session or keeping bills organized at home, most people have some degree of difficulty with focus, concentration and organization.
Burnout is the type of extreme stress or fatigue that can lead to everything from respiratory problems to gastrointestinal issues and is officially recognized as a mental health concern.
Hypochondria is a well-known term related to having fears of being diagnosed with a serious disease, often due to a misinterpretation of bodily symptoms.
Social Anxiety Disorder
Social anxiety disorder is an anxiety disorder characterized by the intense fear of being negatively evaluated, judged, or rejected in various social or performance-based settings. People struggling with social anxiety disorder experience excessive worry about how others will perceive them.
Agoraphobia is a type of anxiety disorder in which individuals experience significant fear in relation to open or crowded spaces, particularly when escape may be difficult.
Claustrophobia and Cleithrophobia
Claustrophobia, or the fear of confined spaces, is one of the most commonly known phobias. Alternatively, cleithrophobia, a lesser known phobia, relates to the fear of being trapped, locked in, or unable to escape.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD)
Obsessive compulsive disorder consists of two key elements: the presence of obsessions and compulsions. The obsessions that a person with OCD has are thoughts that occur over and over that feel beyond manageable to the person experiencing them.
Specific phobia is a diagnosable mental health concern which is characterized by extreme fear of a particular object or situation. This fear causes physical symptoms of anxiety, which can be quite uncomfortable, ranging from hyperventilation, sweating, choking sensation, tachycardia, chest pain/tightness, and shakiness.
Bipolar is a mental health disorder defined by unusually extreme and/or rapidly changing ups and downs in mood, thinking, and functioning.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
A lump in your throat before you give a presentation at work or the nervousness you feel as you slowly inch up the hill of a 400 ft tall roller coaster are normal stress and anxiety responses that arise as needed throughout life.
Panic disorder involves recurrent panic attacks that come on suddenly and usually last for several minutes. In severe cases, panic attack symptoms can last more than an hour.