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It is likely that we have all experienced some form of anxiety throughout our lifetime as short-term anxiety is a normal part of life. You may feel anxious before an exam, before your menstrual cycle, or when faced with a problem at work. However, anxiety that is experienced over a long period of time can be problematic, causing a range of psychological and physical symptoms.
The WHO estimates that 1 in 13 people globally have some form of anxiety disorder,1 and the 2019 Global Burden of Disease Study found that anxiety disorders are the most predominant mental health problems worldwide.2