Every day you live in a lot of uncertainty, you feel that you have a lot of things to do, but it is difficult to quietly complete each thing. You feel very painful about this and want to change, but you can't. This situation lasts for more than six months .
Difficulty falling asleep, and light sleep, waking up easily. It is difficult to fall back to sleep after waking up.
Fear that has little connection with reality
Inexplicable fear, or thinking about something that you know is unlikely to happen, but you feel very worried and overly nervous, with no specific object of fear.
Muscle tension, physical discomfort
There are different degrees of tension in the back, arms and lower back, and the muscles are stiff and sore.
Digestive system symptoms
The gastrointestinal is very sensitive to psychological stress, and when anxiety occurs, the gastrointestinal may react. This can take many forms, such as stomach cramps, diarrhea, constipation, etc.
A panic attack is a form of anxiety disorder.
It is a sudden fear and feeling of dying, accompanied by a rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing, numbness in the arms and legs, etc.
It often lasts for a few minutes, and then the symptoms will relieved until they disappear. The frequency of attacks varies from person to person, but if you have more than two attacks a week, you can be considered to be having a panic attack.
Repeatedly telling, reliving the scene of being hurt
Some people encounter problems, even the small things in life, will often talk to people around repeatedly, this may be a sign of anxiety.