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Stress or Anxiety?

Anxiety-StressAnxiety has become commonplace in our modern, fast-paced society. For some individuals, it presents itself much more intensely than for others. Signs and symptoms of an anxiety disorder are more intense, long-lasting and disruptive to the lifestyle than the typical stress experienced by almost everyone and should not be ignored. Everyone will experience some anxiety at some point in their lives, but persistent periods of extreme anxiety are definitely not regular.

The anxiety response itself is natural and can be useful. It can act as a signal to the body that something is not right; that we may be in a dangerous or life-threatening situation. The problems with an anxiety disorder is that the symptoms associated with anxiety are experienced long after the dangerous situation has passed, or even if no danger exists at all. This can be exceptionally debilitating and can impact on your ability to live a normal life. Some of these anxiety symptoms include: an increased heart rate, sweating and rapid breathing:

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8 Physical Symptoms of Anxiety

Anxiety is often thought to be a purely mental disorder – a condition where worrying thoughts occupy the mind – but there are a number of physical symptoms associated with anxiety too. Anxiety is caused by our flight or fight response, whereby our body responds to a perceived threat by preparing itself to react to the danger. Unfortunately, people suffering an anxiety disorder experience this response even when no real danger or threat exists. In this case the physical response is redundant and the sufferer is left with physical symptoms that can be very uncomfortable and distressing. The following is a list of common physical symptoms associated with anxiety. If you are suffering from these symptoms you could have an anxiety disorder:

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6 Common Symptoms of Generalized Anxiety

There are 6 very common symptoms of Generalized Anxiety. If you have had some or all of these symptoms the majority of days for the past 6 months it is very likely that you are suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD), you should see a Doctor:

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Insomnia and Anxiety

Anxiety can be observed in a number of individuals and this is marked by extreme fear and continuous worrying. Such worrying can eventually cause physical symptoms such as palpitations, upset stomach, trembling and sweating. Depression is commonly experienced by those suffering from anxiety as is anxiety insomnia. In fact insomnia can become not just a symptom but a causative factor of this condition.

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Anxiety Headache

Anxiety is a problematic condition that tends to affect a large number of individuals. This condition is marked by extreme uneasiness, fear as well as worrying for no particular reason. Individuals suffering from anxiety tend to experience certain physical symptoms and these include anxiety headache, palpitations, sweating, upset stomach and dizziness among others.

In many cases headache is a symptom of anxiety and stress and in these stressful times anxiety headache is commonly experienced by many people. Anxiety related to any event, situation or even without reason can result in headache. In many cases of anxiety individuals experience chronic headache.

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Anxiety Dizziness

The physical symptoms in anxiety include palpitations, sweating, and trembling, upset stomach and anxiety dizziness. This dizziness which tends to be a common anxiety symptom can make individuals feel as if they are losing control. This dizziness can be controlled by taking treatment for it and also by treating the underlying causes of anxiety:

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Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety is a condition which is experienced by everyone in different situations in their lifetime. This is often characterized by feeling of fear, nervousness, worry and apprehension. In most of the conditions, the person experiences mild anxiety and thus, others are not aware of this. But sometimes, a person may have severe anxiety which is perceived very easily by others. This can even cause problems in their personal and professional lives.

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