What are the causes of anxiety?
What makes one person anxious may not create the same response in someone else.
A break-up, concern about exams or work, or a fight with a friend can make you feel anxious, worried or scared.
While anxiety is an everyday feeling, it can become a problem when there is no obvious reason for that anxiety, or when anxious feelings persist for more than a couple of weeks.
How can anxiety affect you?
Taken on their own, individual symptoms of anxiety are things we all experience from time-to-time.
However, if you’re experiencing more than one of the following, over a couple of weeks or longer, you may need some extra support.
Physical effects of anxiety
dry mouth and/or difficulty swallowing
difficulty getting to and staying asleep
muscle tension and headaches
rapid heart rate and breathing
sweating or trembling
flare-up of another health problem or illness (e.g. dermatitis, asthma)
sexual problems, such as not having any sexual feelings or being interested in sex.
Some common ways anxiety can affect your behaviour and feelings include:
irritability or constantly being in a bad mood
worry or constantly feeling that something bad is about to happen
asking many unnecessary questions and requiring constant reassurance
being a perfectionist
being pessimistic and easily able to identify what may go wrong in any given situation.
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At some stage in their lives everyone experience some form of anxiety, it can be useful in small amount but the anxiety starts to effect every aspect of your life it can become very difficult to deal with the psychological and physical effects it has on your body. If anxiety is taken over your life and you would like to get support whilst dealing with it.
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