Symptoms Of Anxiety


We live in a world where all are running to match up with the fast pace of life. This mad rush and fast pace of life gifts us with certain unwanted presents.

Anxiety is one such problem which is often gifted to us by our fast lifestyle and our sky high ambitions.

Anxiety is a medical problem which can act like slow poisoning for a person. Severe problem of anxiety can be a real threat to one’s mental stability or survival. Therefore, it is necessary to recognize the symptoms of anxiety in its early stage so that it does not get the scope to deteriorate and become an intense or difficult issue to handle.

Anxiety shows various signs from a very early stage. Though in the initial stages, the symptoms of the problem seem quite negligible and therefore often no attention is given to them.

One of the most recognizable signs of anxiety is excessive and continuous worry or tension. This worry or tension can be for any cause and sometimes they are quite baseless. The person then takes every problem or matter from a different and unrealistic angle causing tension to himself.

A person suffering from an anxiety disorder feels and stays restless or on the edge at almost all point of time. It is difficult for that person to concentrate on any matter or unwind himself. He tends to get irritated at small or petty issues. Sometimes this irritability is a continuous companion of a person suffering in this problem.

Other symptoms of anxiety includes muscle tension, headaches, excess sweating, nausea, frequent urination, continuous tiredness, back pain, neck stiffness, choking, allergies, sudden and frequent bouts of anger, frequent crying sessions, mood swings and depression.

Apart from these, a person with anxiety problem will also have sleep disorders. He may have trouble in falling asleep. He may also experience weird dreams compelling him to wake up with a start. He may also experience trembling or get easily startled.

A very prominent and most common symptom of anxiety is that the person suffering from it will have a fast heart beat or pulse rate at almost all times. It is advised to take help of a consultant or a medical practitioner at the very beginning of the problem or as soon as it is detected to stop it fromaggravating.

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