What Does Anxiety Look Like?

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Posted on 05-01-2023 08:37 PM

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What is anxiety? when you are anxious you feel fearful and tense. In addition you may also have one or more unpleasant physical symptoms. For example: a fast heart rate, palpitations, feeling sick, shaking (tremor), sweating, dry mouth, chest pain, headaches, fast breathing. The physical symptoms are partly caused by the brain which sends lots of messages down nerves to various parts of the body when we are anxious. The nerve messages tend to make the heart, lungs, and other parts of the body work faster. In addition, you release stress hormones (such as adrenaline) into the bloodstream when you are anxious.

Know More About Anxiety

Anxiety, fear, and worry are normal reactions to certain situations, we can’t get rid of them, but we don’t have to be a slave to them either. Emotions are designed to organize us to act, the latin root of ’emotion’ is ‘to move’. There are many ways anxiety shows up in our experience, and anxiety is actually designed to be helpful, to alert us to danger, and motivate action to solve a potential problem. manage Anxiety exists in our genes today because it was our ancestors who paid attention to the rustling in the bushes, acted on the alarm bells in their brain and ran away from that potential danger, who survived.

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What is Anxiety Disorder?

The presence of anxiety has been rising significantly over the last decade and is affecting more and more of us every week. The symptoms of anxiety disorder include an inability to get to sleep or stay asleep, difficulty focusing on work or relationships that matter to us, a sense of paralysis that keeps us from taking action in the present because of the fear of what might happen if we do, as well as the physical symptoms of increased heart rate, blood pressure, sweating, and flushing of the skin. Anxiety and depression disorders often operate together in people’s lives.

Is anxiety taking over your life? does it feel like you can’t control it no matter how hard you try? have you already tried therapy but found it ineffective? if this sounds like you, i’m confident i can help. My practice offers the most effective forms of treatment, to get the relief from anxiety that you deserve. When it comes to treating anxiety disorders, research shows that therapy is usually the most effective option. That’s because anxiety therapy – as opposed to anxiety medication – treats more than just symptoms to the problem. Often, these are the symptoms of anxiety: nervousness, restlessness or being tense.

Often mistaken for being a fear of open spaces, agoraphobia is a disorder characterised by the fear and avoidance of places or situations that might cause you to panic or feel trapped, helpless or embarrassed. Panic disorder involves repeated episodes of intense anxiety, fear or terror that reach a peak within minutes resulting in a panic attack. Social phobia is characterised by high levels of anxiety, fear and avoidance of social situations due to feelings of embarrassment or self-consciousness. Separation anxiety disorder is a disorder often associated with children but can be experienced in adulthood as well. It is characterised by excessive anxiety related to separation from individuals you have a strong attachment to, including partners, caregivers parents, and sometimes pets.