Anxiety and signs of anxiety

The symptoms and signs of anxiety are sometimes not that evident as they often develop gradually.

Anxiety and signs of anxiety

Some frequent symptoms include:
• hot and cold flushes
• racing heart
• pains in the chest
• worries
• obsessive thinking and irrational behaviour.

Since these disorders are a group of interrelated conditions rather than a single disorder, they can be perceived very different from person to person. One person may experience severe anxiety attacks that strike without notice, while another gets anxious at the simple thought of socializing at a party or facing the fear of driving, for example. Another may be in a continuous tension and nervousness, being anxious about anything.

All anxiety disorders have one foremost symptom in common: constant or severe fear/worry in situations where most people wouldn’t feel endangered.

Emotional symptoms:
If you have an anxiety disorder, the more intense emotional symptoms that you may go through are ones associated to fear. You may continuously have feelings like danger is nearby. Moreover, you may feel like you have no control over your surroundings.

Physical symptoms:
• Enhanced heart rate
• Inexplicable sweating
• Incapacity to breathe deeply
• Feeling cold for no reason
• Having hot flashes for no reason
• Stomach aches
• Dizziness

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Types of anxiety disorders:
General anxiety is anxiety that is not related to a certain thing, but can be about anything and everything.
Social anxiety disorder means worrying of being in public situations where people might criticize you if you do something wrong.
Panic attacks are an unexpected feeling of fear or panic, where it feels like you might have a heart attack, or even die.
Agoraphobia is fear about being in situations from which escaping might be difficult.
Particular phobias involve intense fear of specific objects or situations such as flying, tunnels, or dogs.
Post-traumatic stress disorder is an anxiety disorder triggered by a major traumatic event, such as being attacked, being in an accident, or sexual assault. People often go through upsetting memories, nightmares, and trouble sleeping.

There are a number of effective treatments in this regard. If you’re worried you might have an anxiety disorder, a specialist will be able to help you understand what is happening, what you can do to manage or overcome it.

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