Reducing Your Risk of Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
by Amy Scholten, MPH
Currently, there are no guidelines for reducing your risk of generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). As scientists learn more about the condition, your doctor may have more information regarding steps for reducing your risk of GAD.
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Last reviewed June 2016 by Michael Woods, MD
Last Updated: 5/20/2015
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