Trouble is a feeling often felt negatively, corresponding to the conscious or unconscious expectation of a danger or a problem. Worrying is a normal condition found in all individuals, but it can become multiple and pathological in different situations.
In cases where it is high, anxiety disorders occur. In anxiety disorders, before problems arise or even before the person can identify exactly what they fear, they are invaded by feelings of discomfort or dread.
Anxiety can take many forms; generalized anxiety disorder, phobias, panic attack disorders or obsessive compulsive disorders.
GENES OF ANXIETY
Anxiety can be pervasive, persistent, unreasonable and can negatively affect many daily life situations. This is called generalized anxiety disorder. This uncontrollable rush makes daily life unlivable and prevents you from enjoying anything at random.
Anxiety can also focus on one or more very specific situations whose presence would cause severe negative situations. These are phobic disorders. The phobia becomes severe when it forces the affected person to limit their activities.
Sometimes anxiety comes on in a very short time, severely in just a few minutes. It occurs in a severe form without warning signs and causes symptoms resembling an acute cardiac, pulmonary, or neurological disease crisis. These are panic disorders, also called panic attacks or anxiety attacks.
Anxiety types usually present with similar symptoms. Psychological symptoms such as worry, worry, finitude, difficulty in concentration, finitude and distraction are sometimes accompanied by physical symptoms. Symptoms such as heart palpitations, muscle tension, choking sensations, sweating, hot or cold flushes, and a feeling of a lump in the throat may occur. These physical symptoms do not always cause trouble in a very clear form and patients are afraid that they have another disease.
In some cases, anxiety does not cause such symptoms, but it leads to the implementation of a repetitive behavior aimed at discontinuously relieving the situation. These are obsessive compulsive disorders (OCD). Accepted behavior becomes more and more frequent and interferes with the social and professional life of the patient, who lives in secrecy and shame.
Vulnerable Personality: Advantage or disadvantage?
Sometimes worry is no longer just a reaction to daily challenges, but becomes a personality trait, a way of being. The person has a hectic worldview that consciously or unconsciously always predicts the worst.
This is why hectic personalities are always in anticipation: These people always tend to think the worst is likely or at least reasonable, and then surround themselves with the utmost caution to avoid the difficulties they think about. The smallest everyday event can thus become a complex problem.
All the troubles of daily life, whether precious or not, can be magnified and make the fussy person even more worried. In the midst of these everyday events are vacation time, transportation delays, any uncontrollable or unpredictable event such as concerns about the future or health, and even more harmless events such as a bad grade in school for your child.
Being fussy causes negative effects on the body more than once. Anxiety causes persistent tension that reduces quality of life. However, being fussy doesn’t just have disadvantages. Hectic betting can certainly be more efficient in the fields, thanks to the greater vigilance and excess of precautions taken against anything that could go wrong. For example, a worried employee who is always concerned about doing things right and anticipating matters may be more successful.
But anxious people always pay dearly for these efforts with a persistent tension that causes their quality of life to decline more than once. This is especially true when worry becomes pathological.
10 PHYSICAL SYMPTOMS OF ANXIETY
Anxiety brings with it physical as well as mental problems. Here are the 10 most common physical symptoms of anxiety.
Increased Heart Rate
Often, heart palpitations or tachycardia are seen in case of anxiety. This is due to the adrenal glands, which secrete elements that increase heart rate. In the face of a potential danger, real or imagined, the whole body becomes vigilant.
Panic attacks and anxiety attacks often include a feeling of pressure, up to the feeling of suffocation and respiratory obstruction. Chest pains are often associated with this, which feeds anxiety because these pains can be reminiscent of a heart attack.
In case of precious worry, tremors, muscle twitches and even uncontrolled spasms can occur. These are the result of rapid breathing (hyperventilation). Hyperventilation produces a change in the proportions of gases in the blood, particularly an increase in oxygen level and a decrease in carbon dioxide, with symptoms such as a change in blood pH and dizziness, palpitations and tremors.
Tingling in the hands and feet is common during periods of heavy tension. They are caused by the accumulation of carbon dioxide in the blood at the extremity level. It is a physical state as a reaction to potential danger. To see this tingling and numbness disappear, it is necessary to move the joints.
Mental states can cause itching in various parts of the body. An irrepressible urge to scratch can occur during anxiety attacks. Eczema is therefore often associated with chronic or acute tension.
Ringing or humming in the ears (tinnitus) are parasitic messages produced by the sensory cells and analyzed as noise by the auditory cortex in the absence of it. Various factors, such as tension, can cause an imbalance of the nervous system, leading to such conditions. This is why some people are only bothered by mid-range tinnitus, especially when they are anxious or tired.
The gut is known as the second brain. For this reason, digestive problems are very common when stressed. Abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or, on the contrary, constipation can occur in anxiety disorders.
Under the influence of anxiety, blood is directed to the muscles to provide all the energy they need in case of defense or escape. However, unlike pale skin, redness may also occur due to increased body temperature.
Sweating and Hot Flashes
During periods of anxiety, the body warms up to prepare to flee or fight. As a result of this warming, valuable sweating, also called cold sweating, occurs. They aim to lower the body temperature and balance it again.
It is possible to experience a sense of confusion accompanied by severe anxiety and gloom on a spiritual level. The person experiencing anxiety believes that they will die, are in the process of going crazy, are sick, or are going crazy.