Shareable Resources on Anxiety Disorders
Use these resources to raise awareness about anxiety disorders.
Occasional stress and anxiety is a normal part of life. But anxiety disorders involve more than temporary worry or fear. An anxiety disorder is a medical condition that interfere with daily activities such as job performance, schoolwork, and relationships. For more information on anxiety disorders, visit our health topic page or view our brochures.
Help raise awareness about anxiety disorders by sharing information and materials based on the latest research.
Share these Graphics and Social Media Messages
Download and share these informational graphics to help raise awareness about stress and anxiety. You can share the text and image directly to your Facebook News Feed or Story by clicking on the button to the right of the graphic. NIMH encourages you to use the hashtag #ShareNIMH in your social media posts to connect with people and organizations with similar goals. For more ideas on how to use these education and awareness resources, visit our help page.
Mental Health Matters
Your mental health matters. Mental health is just as important as physical health. Good mental health helps you cope with stress and can improve your quality of life. Get tips and resources from NIMH to help take care of your mental health. https://go.usa.gov/xH5QU #shareNIMH
What is Telemental Health?
Research suggests that telemental health services can be effective for many people, including, but not limited to those with ADHD, PTSD, depression, and anxiety. Learn about factors to consider when using telemental health. https://go.usa.gov/xHbtM. #shareNIMH
Let's Talk About Anxiety Disorders
Help raise awareness about anxiety disorders by sharing informational materials based on the latest research. Share science. Share hope. https://go.usa.gov/xv8mv #shareNIMH
Anxiety Disorders Are More Than Temporary Worry
Occasional anxiety is an expected part of life. But for a person with an anxiety disorder, the anxiety does not go away and can get worse over time. Symptoms can interfere with daily activities like job performance, schoolwork, and relationships. Learn more: https://go.usa.gov/xdsNW #shareNIMH
Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life. But people with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) feel extremely worried or feel nervous about these and other things—even when there is little or no reason to worry about them. Visit https://go.usa.gov/xdsNW to learn more. #shareNIMH
Panic disorder is characterized by recurring, sudden attacks of anxiety and overwhelming fear that last for several minutes. Panic disorder can disrupt daily life, but following a treatment plan can help people manage symptoms. Learn more at https://go.usa.gov/xdsNB #shareNIMH
Social Anxiety Disorder
Are you extremely afraid of being judged by others? Are you very self-conscious in everyday social situations? If you’ve felt this way for at least 6 months and these feelings make it hard for you to do everyday tasks, you may have a social anxiety disorder: https://go.usa.gov/xdsN9 #shareNIMH
Use Videos to Educate Others
Click “Copy link” to copy the video URL and post these videos on social media, or embed them on your website.
Mental Health Minute: Stress and Anxiety in Adolescents: Got 60 seconds? Take a mental health minute to learn about stress and anxiety in adolescents.
Getting to Know Your Brain: Dealing with Stress: Test your knowledge about stress and the brain. Also learn how to create and use a “stress catcher” to practice strategies to deal with stress.
Guided Visualization: Dealing with Stress: Learn how the brain handles stress and practice a guided visualization activity.
NIMH Expert Discusses Managing Stress and Anxiety: Learn about coping with stressful situations and when to seek help.
GREAT: Learn helpful practices to manage stress and anxiety.
Social Anxiety Disorder – Join a Study: Learn more about joining a research study to help researchers better understand social anxiety disorder.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder – Join A Study: Learn more about joining a research study to help researchers better understand generalized anxiety disorder.