Whats anxiety and how does one know if they have it or something?

Answer #1

anxiety is feeling anxious about something that’s going to happen or is happening right then

Answer #2

i had severe anxiety almost all my life its wen u hav that nervous feeling and stress in the pit of ur stomach like all the time if ur constantly nervous for a decent amount of time i guess u consider that anxiety im not sure if ur just nervous like over a test or sumthn if that counts :P

Answer #3

Well, anxiety is more than just worrying. Anxiety is a term for several disorders that cause nervousness, fear, apprehension, and worrying.

Anxiety can be classified into several specific types, the most common are:

-Generalized Anxiety Disorder. -Panic Disorder. -Phobia. -Social Anxiety Disorder. -Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. -Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. -Separation Anxiety Disorder.

Some of the most common symptoms of anxiety are:

-Trembling -Churning stomach -Nausea -Diarrhea -Headache -Backache -Heart palpitations -Numbness or “pins and needles” in arms, hands or legs -Sweating/flushing -Restlessness -Easily tired -Trouble concentrating -Irritability -Muscle tension -Frequent urination -Trouble falling or staying asleep -Being easily startled

It’s best to go to your doctor, psychiatrist, therapist, or counselor to be evaluated. They are the only ones who can properly diagnose you with this disorder, and help you out by giving you medication…and/or helping you learn how to cope with it.

Answer #4

Can you explain the first and fourth one you put on the anxiety types please?

Answer #5

People who suffer from anxiety and panic sometimes feel like they have a heart attack or they are going crazy, with no clear reason. They may feel palpitations, chest pain or pressure, sweating, feelings of stinging, burning internal tremors, feeling of shortness of breath, fear of death or fear of losing control. These feelings reach a peek within about 10 minutes and include at least 4 of the following symptoms (without a medical reason):

  1. Palpitations

  2. Shortness of breath

  3. A feeling of suffocation

  4. A sense of danger

  5. The need to escape

  6. Tremors o Dizziness

  7. Cold or heat waves

  8. Pain, stinging or discomfort in the chest

  9. Nausea or digestive discomfort

  10. A sense that things are not realistic.

  11. Fear of losing control o Fear of death

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