When this anxiety is prolonged and affects social or occupational functioning, it's abnormal and accounts for anxiety "disorder". Anxiety Neurosis is commonly misspelled as Anxiety Nuerosis, Anxiety Nerosis, Anxity Neurosis, Anxiety Nurosis. Anxiety Neurosis is called as Chinta neurosis in Hindi and Chinta majjatantuncha wikaar in Marathi.
While the specific cause of conversion disorder is still being studied, researchers think it develops as a way for your brain to deal with emotional strife. It’s almost always triggered by stressful situations and other mental disorders. And the symptoms usually develop suddenly. Women are more likely to have it than men. It also happens more often to people with a history of emotional trauma, and in those who have a hard time talking about their feelings.
Neurosis Karen Horney (Pervin & John, 2001) believed that interpersonal relationships cause the differences between a healthy and a disturbed personality. Neurosis (Boeree, 2006) is Karen Horney’s theory about the ways in which people attempt to make life bearable for themselves.
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is an illness that affects thoughts and actions and is believed to be rooted in a biochemical imbalance of the brain. OCD is classified as an anxiety disorder in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM-IV) published by the American Psychiatric Association.
Posttraumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, is a serious potentially debilitating condition that can occur in people who have experienced or witnessed a natural disaster, serious accident, terrorist incident, sudden death of a loved one, war, violent personal assault such as rape, or other life-threatening events.
Schizophreniform disorder is a type of psychotic illness with symptoms similar to those of schizophrenia, but lasting for less than 6 months. Like schizophrenia, schizophreniform disorder is a type of "psychosis" in which a person cannot tell what is real from what is imagined.
Freud also distinguished between actual neuroses and "psychoneuroses"; actual neuroses pointed to actual problems in sexual functioning (eg. neurasthenia, which Freud saw as resulting from sexual excess, and anxiety neuroses, which Freud saw as being caused by unrelieved sexual stimulation).