Topics treated include conceptual and empirical issues in classifying major depressive disorder (MDD) and generalized anxiety disorder (GAD); their psychometric and epidemiological aspects; and whether MDD and GAD are the same or different disorders.
What does GAD stand for?
GAD stands for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
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We have 132 other meanings of GAD in our Acronym Attic
- Gallium Arsenide Diode
- Gamma Alpha Delta (fraternity)
- Gender & Development
- Gender Alliance for Development Center (Tirana, Albania)
- Gender and Development
- Gender Awareness and Development
- General Accounting Division (various locations)
- General Anthropology Division (American Anthropological Association)
- General Anxiety Disorder (less common)
- General Arrangement Drawing (engineering)
- Generic Accreditation Document
- Genesys Agent Desktop (customer contact center industry)
- Geocentric Axial Dipole (physics)
- Georgia Association of the Deaf, Inc.
- Germersheim Army Depot
- Gesellschaft für Automatische Datenverarbeitung (German: EDP society)
- Gift Aid Declaration (charitable contributions; UK)
- Global Account Director (various companies)
- Global Active Directory (Microsoft)
- Global Application Delivery
Samples in periodicals archive:
Fifty-seven patients (mean age, 46 years) with generalized anxiety disorder were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, chamomile extract or placebo for eight weeks.
AstraZeneca Pharmaceuticals LP, which makes quetiapine XR, filed three supplemental applications with the Food and Drug Administration this year to expand approvals of the drug to include treatment for manic or depressive episodes of bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder (including maintenance therapy).
Antidepressants are more effective in the long term, he said, and generalized anxiety disorder should be treated over the long term.
The studies involved about 850 patients, aged 18-80 years, who had been diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD).
If you put a check in the box next to some of these problems, you may have Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) GAD is a real illness that needs to be treated.