Introduction: Social Anxiety is one of the most common experiences of fear, fret or nervousness regarding social situations and being appraised by others. People differ in how frequently they experience anxiety in this manner or in which sorts of circumstances. Anxieties regarding public speaking, performance or interviews are common. Social Anxiety could be related to bashfulness which is widely expressed as having physiological elements for instance, sweating or blushing, cognitive / perceptual elements like belief that one may be judged negatively, looking for signs of condemnation as well as behavioral elements like avoiding a situation. Social Anxiety is considered as the third largest psychological problem in the world now-a-days.
Social Anxiety Disorder: This disorder is also known as social phobia which is diagnosed within the psychiatry as well as other mental health professions that refer to the extreme ongoing Social Anxiety causing comparatively intense anguish and damaged skill to function in at least some areas of routine life. The diagnosis could be of the particular disorder when only a few typical situations are feared or the generalized disorder.
The generalized Social Anxiety Disorder: Specifically involves the continuous, powerful and persistent fear of being judged by others and probably being mortified or disgraced by their own actions. Such fears could be distinguished or actual scrutiny by others. While the fear of social relations may be known by the person as extreme or perverse, substantial intricacy could be met for overcoming it. Nearly over 13 percent of the general population would meet criteria for Social Anxiety disorder at some juncture in their life time as per the highest survey estimate, with male to female ratio being 1:15 respectively.