DESC: If you find any of these anxiety attacks symptoms, help yourself with these tips.
Anxiety Attacks Symptoms
Anxiety is the body’s usual reaction to a threat, an automatic reminder that goes off when you feel threatened.
Anxiety is not bad always. In fact, it helps you to stay vigilant and focused, prompt you to act, and encourage you to solve problems. But, when it is habitual or overwhelming, when it hinders your relationships and activities, it stops being efficient, which means you have crossed the productive normal line of anxiety and entered the state of territory anxiety disarrays.
Symptoms Indicating Anxiety Disorder
• Constantly getting low and worried
• Your regular duties, work, school, or family responsibilities get affected
• Experiencing risk and catastrophe around every corner
• Sudden, unexpected attacks of heart-pounding panic
• Avoiding everyday situations or activities since they cause you anxiety
• Expecting that something bad will happen if certain things aren’t done a certain way
Some of the emotional anxiety symptoms are feelings of apprehension or dread, trouble in concentrating, feeling tense, anticipating the worst, irritability, impatience, always expecting signs of danger, and going blank frequently.
Physical symptoms of anxiety are hammering heart, getting sweat, Stomach upset or giddiness, frequent urine passing, headaches, conciseness of breath, insomnia, fatigue etc.
Symptoms of Anxiety Attacks
The symptoms of anxiety attack include:
• Losing control or going crazy
• Shaking or trembling
• Hot flashes or chills
• Feeling like you’re going to expire
• Trouble breathing or choking sensation
• Feeling separate or unreal
Many people fail to recognize that anxiety attack symptoms are essentially the result of the usual mechanisms of the autonomic nervous system and it does not mean that the nervous system has gone weird.