I am a 30 year old male. I am suffering with the below symptoms which feels like a disorder. I have this disorder running in my family. A few of my paternal uncles also have them, but in a mild form. I had these symptoms since childhood, but it was very mild at that time. I had ignored them previously, but over the course of time this has got severe and now it has started to concern me. The symptoms are severe anxiety, panic struck, sweating palms, facial sweat, getting nervous, trembling hands and legs, voice breaking down, throat gets dry, extensive sweating of palms and sweat starts dripping from palm within a few minutes (hyperhidrosis). I am having the above symptoms when I attend any public or office meetings where I have to speak in front of a crowd, in any social gatherings where I feel I am at focus and when I face any adverse condition or under mental stress due to work pressure. However, I am perfectly normal when I am alone or relaxing at home, having no sign of anxiety or sweat. I have tried a lot to keep my anxiety under control before going out for meetings, but these symptoms appear involuntarily and starts making conditions worse for me. This is making my life difficult and I have started avoiding meetings or gatherings. Am I suffering from any neurological disorder? If yes, please suggest what kind of treatment I should undergo to bring my life back to normal.
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