Social Anxiety Disorder
Social Anxiety Disorder (SAD) is an anxiety disorder characterized by significant nervousness and discomfort in social situations. Individuals with social anxiety experience intense self-consciousness and fear in different social settings, which can be extremely difficult to participate in and may be avoided altogether.
Social Anxiety Disorder is the most common anxiety disorder and can interfere with work, school, or daily activities. It involves an intense fear of social interaction and can lead to avoidance of social situations.
SAD usually begins at an early age, but according to the NIMH, it affects about 15 million American adults. The cause of SAD is unknown, but there are treatments available, including therapy, lifestyle changes, and medication.
To find out about any ongoing research study programs for Social Anxiety Disorder at MRN, please contact us using the form on this page, or call or text us at (212) 595-5012. To learn more about the symptoms of SAD, complete the Social Anxiety Symptoms Survey below:
Social Anxiety Symptoms Survey
Do you experience fear or anxiety, or feel nervous, embarrassed, or uncomfortable in social settings? Think about the following situations and rate your anxiety as None, Mild, Moderate, or Severe.
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