Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is characterized by extreme, persistent worry.
People with GAD often report that they worry about bad things that might happen to themselves or to others and that they cannot stop themselves from worrying.
Common worries among people with GAD include:
- Worries about finances
- Worries about one’s own health or the health of loved ones
- Worries about safety
- Worries about the future
Listen to Dr. Diefenbach’s WNPR interview on the Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Research Program for GAD: