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Anyone can feel anxious when separated from loved ones, but people with adult separation anxiety disorder (ASAD) experience prolonged and excessive anxiety that interferes with everyday life. People who suffer from ASAD may often worry about people close to them coming to serious harm and may imagine the worst when they are apart.
This fear may drive people with ASAD to be overly clingy and may make it hard to sleep away from home. Physical symptoms often occur, including: headaches, stomach-aches, and nausea, especially before leaving home. Adult separation anxiety disorder can interfere with relationships and even with everyday functioning at work or school.
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