With the pressure of todays fast paced world it is easy to being to get stressed and begin to experience anxiety. There is no exact pinpoint of when anxiety symptoms may occur but it is key to determine if you are experiencing anxiety symptoms; if these begin to manifest too much a person may have an anxiety attack which can be quite frightening and dangerous.
The anxiety symptoms are determined as a general mood condition. It should be noted that anxiety is not the same as fear. Unlike fear, which is a response to a perceived threat, anxiety can manifest without any discernable cause but some believe that anxiety is caused by your body to prepare for a negative situation.
Regardless of the cause, there are notable anxiety symptoms that can show mentally, physically, and emotionally. Anxiety may even manifest in behavioral changes.
The physical anxiety symptoms may present themselves as an attack. These attacks are marked by heart palpitations, trouble breathing, fatigue, and body pains. Your body may begin to sweat profusely and your eyes may dilate. It is important to note that if you are experiencing a panic attack that you sit down and try to remain calm as heart attacks and other dangerous results are possible.
Anxiety symptoms may present themselves emotionally and mentally as well. You may being to feel that there is a sense of impending dread or doom. You may begin to feel jumpy or have a sense of tension or apprehension as well as strong sense of deja vu. Other emotional anxiety symptoms may be the sense that everything seems frightening or scary.
There may also be cognitive anxiety symptoms that are experienced including a fear that you may die soon. It is important to report these experiences to someone immediately. It is also common for those with anxiety to feel that any physical symptom you may have is the result of a much larger problem such as headaches being caused by brain tumors.
Behaviorally, anxiety symptoms may manifest in ways that can change a persons sleeping patterns, an increase in nervous habits such as chewing on finger nails or changes in motor tension may be present; this is why those who are anxious find themselves constantly tapping their feet.
It should be noted that anxiety symptoms present themselves in different ways to every individual so not all symptoms will be experienced the same way as others.