Generalised Anxiety Disorder

Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) is a diagnosis that describes people who are experience excessive, persistent and destructive worry or anxiety for a period of at least 6 months. This disorder is classified under DSM IV, like many other mental disorders.

For somebody to be diagnosed with Generalised Anxiety Disorder, the worry and associated symptoms must not be better accounted for by use of medication, general medical condition or mood disorders such as depression.


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Stock theft has become rampant and difficult to contain thus keeping the police on their toes as the country is rocked by stock theft cases that are becoming difficult to contain.This form of crime is causing great misery to farmers in Botswana, especially in rural communities that largely depend on agriculture for a living. As stock theft cases escalate, the police say that most of the meat consumed in major towns and villages is from stolen...

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