Demystifying Medicine Video



Ever wondered what it’s like for someone with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) to go about their day? Maybe you know someone with GAD, but do you really know what their thoughts and emotions are? If you don't have GAD, it can be hard to understand what it feels like. This video takes you through the inner thoughts of someone who is experiencing generalized anxiety disorder. It also looks into its causes, prevalence rates and treatment options.


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