Anxiety symptoms. Excessive worry (if for at least 6 months then is chronic) muscle tension sleep disturbance: insomnia fatigue, restlessness, irritability, poor concentration, headaches, sweating, dizziness gi symptoms: colics, upset stomach, indigestion, diarrhea or constipation, muscle aches increased heart rate shortness of breath trembling exaggerated startle response.
What is anxiety? Anxiety is an internal alarm in your body that something is malfunctioning. Anxiety is what we call a symptoms of many organ calling for attention or help. It is manifested in the brain by a sense of danger, fear, panic, racing thoughts, increase state of alert, increase heart rate, rapid breathing, muscle spasm, abdominal cramps....All the things that the body uses to protect itself from danger.
Anxiety. Anxiety symptoms can mimic many illnesses, such as heart or lung or intestines/stomach or neurological, as well as can intensify symptoms of underlying illnesses such as gastrointestinal or neurological. Thorough workup can clarify the illness.
Everyone has anxiety. No one can escape anxiety, which is worry about a real or imagined harmful future event. The real question is whether you worry excessively and whether it interferes with your life (work, family, school, relationships). Some anxiety is unavoidable. However, if it is interfering excessively, you should get a mental health evaluation. No need to suffer when there are many effective tx's!
What is anxiety. Anxiety smptoms are multiple and can imitate physical illness. Primary is a state of worry, dread, or mental unease. Physical signs maybe racing heart, sweating, lump in throat, stomach or bowel upset, dry mouth, restlessness, and others. If this occurs frequently consult with a health professional would be helpful.
Anxiety. Anxiety is a sense of fear, but you do not know what it is that you are afraid of. If you see a tiger on the street you would go into the "fight or flight" and you would know why! If you subliminally become aware of something that frightens you, but are not consciously aware of it, you get all the same physical sensations and call it anxiety. A mental health professional can help you find out.
Get evaluation. It's hard to diagnose yourself -- more helpful to consult with a doctor or psychotherapist on this. Some clues are feeling anxious or nervous frequently; worrying a lot -- maybe interfering w/sleep; having panicky feelings of fear with rapid breathing, fast heart rate, sweating, dry mouth, GI distress; chronic tension & irritability; needing to compulsively count or wash hands, etc.
By the symptoms. Common psychological symptoms include nervousness, worry, feeling disconnected or like you are not in your body, and repetitive/obsessive thoughts. Common physical symptoms include shaking, sweating, feeling hot, feeling like your heart is racing, feeling short of breath, feeling like you may pass out or have a heart attack, nausea, feeling like you have to go to the bathroom, etc.
Anxiety Disorder. Anxiety Disorder can have • Excessive anxiety and worrying • Apprehensive expectation • Difficulty in concentration • Too many thoughts racing • Feeling on edge • Irritability • Restlessness • Muscle tension • Sleep problem • Difficulty falling sleep • Difficulty staying sleep • Restless sleep • Waking tired • Fatigue Anxiety is treatable with good results with •Therapy for stress •Medication.
Anxiety shows itself. In may ways. Once can mentally obsess over things that frighten the person or do behaviors to keep danger away, e.g., ritual behaviors, checking and re-checking. Physically there can be heart palpitations, shortness of breath, sweating, sleeplessness, etc. Please go to a mental health professional for support if you think you have an anxiety disorder.
Anxiety & depression. No, anxiety & depression are 2 different conditions. Though they may coexist. Symptoms of anxiety: excessive worries, loss of sleep & concentration, feelings of tension & difficulty to relax.
No and get evaluated. Anxiety and depression are two different conditions. A person can have depression, anxiety, or both diagnoses at the same time. Anybody can get depressed or anxious at some point in life. The more important question: do these conditions interfere with your life and overall functioning. Either depression or anxiety or both need to be diagnosed by a specialist.