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Not everyone loves to socialize, and being an introvert is extremely common. But when does being an introvert get confused for social anxiety? What are the signs that social anxiety deserves intervention from a psychologist or psychiatrist?
In this video, clinical psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula and MedCircle host Kyle Kittleson break down severe social anxiety vs being introvert. There are key differences you should know.
In this video, Dr. Ramani answers…
– From the perspective as a psychologist—when does social anxiety become a real concern?
– What are the potential mental health conditions that may cause social anxiety?
Additionally, is it genetic, environmental, or both?
– What are the signs that someone is experiencing severe social anxiety vs being an introvert or having a little “performance anxiety”?
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