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1 Introduction Nowadays, anxiety is very common because the social environment is consistently changing and the pace of modern life is soaring. Statistics indicate that there are considerable number of people who are experiencing anxiety all over the world, and the number keeps growing. 1 , 2 , 3 Anxiety can occur in many situations, sometimes it is mild and disappears in a short time, but sometimes it can last for a long time and become so severe that it can cause body and mental dysfunctions. 4 In the medical field, patients are more likely to experience

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