Social anxiety disorder is not uncommon. It’s estimated that as many as 10% of the population suffer from this disorder at some point in their lives. It may affect people when they are faced with any kind of social situation, or the symptoms may only occur in certain circumstances, such as when having to give a presentation, or when meeting new people. Sufferers are aware that these fears are unreasonable but that doesn’t stop them from being excessively anxious. Overcoming social anxiety is crucial because if unchecked and untreated, it could lead to a more severe social anxiety disorder which can even greatly interfere with your daily life and it may lead to needing professional psychiatric help.

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