Anxiety isn’t a thing to ignore

By | March 27, 2020

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Most of us belong to various cultures and understanding anxiety issues is narrow. Having such issues isn’t a thing to be ignored; there may be various consequences to it. Anxiety is known to be one of the mental illnesses, and most individuals do not consider it a serious illness, but it is a serious illness. There may be biological factors to it which cause the body to react in such circumstances which comes across in a person’s life which triggers the sensitive part of the brain that triggers comes out externally and affects the behavioral patterns in real life. The nervous system does the part to send trigger signals to the brain. The physical symptoms are intense and not easily ignored.

A patient may feel like  he is going to die or wants to commit suicide; this also results in panic attacks and Nervous breakdowns which show in physical symptoms when an individual has such attacks. A psychiatrist or psychologist treatment is essential when an individual is facing a Nervous breakdown.

Few signs of anxiety issues which shall never be ignored 

Shallow breathing

It shows the sign of tiredness and nervousness when a person is going through these attacks, and the body slips in automatically to fight the response of the attack; shallow breathing does prepare to face life-threatening circumstances. The stress hormones are released due to life-threatening issues which result in panic attacks.

Heart palpitation due to anxiety 

A certain circumstance which increases the heart palpitation, which is the first sign of anxiety issue or worries when a person is placed in a stressful situation. It goes hand in hand with the shallow breathing of a person. Which results in stroke or heart attack. Consulting a doctor immediately will be helpful in such a case.

Rapid sweating due to circumstances 

It is a common sign of sweating. A person is worried about the current situation and doesn’t know what to do. Rapid sweating due to worry is often as a person is untreated because of issues. Stress hormones increase which raises the internal temperature, which results in rapid sweating in areas like forehead, palms and armpits, and getting more anxious makes a person sweat more. To prevent such situations, train yourself to face such situations or think calmly about what to do next rather than worrying so much or consult someone immediately to get a resolution to such a situation.

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Severe migraines because of worrying too much

Anxiety may cause severe migraines due to hypertension which makes a person’s head feel as if it is about to explode. It is nearly impossible to work in such situations or concentrate on such things or daily tasks. For such cases, anxiety medicine works best, people who are facing such issues shall take such medications. It helps to relieve tension and helps to calm the mind as well. 

Feeling fatigued

Having anxiety issues is not at all good; it affects the mental health of a person. Anxiety sucks up the energy, and often people do feel tired and lack the energy to do anything, this may occur due to lack of sleep or sleeping problems which results in anxiety disorders. Feeling fatigue also results in body aches, burning eyes and head pounding, a different level of exhaustion which affects daily life. Hence, intense care is required, and a lot of sound sleeps. 

Being restless all the time

DepressionWorrying also causes restlessness which causes moving around continuously, quite often it is related to mental issues which result in such scenarios. For example, a business may go down due to loss, it creates a negative image in the mind which lets the brain to think more on such a thing which then causes restlessness and makes a person move around the place and feel lost about such a situation. Consulting a doctor may help a person to come out of certain situations or some medication may also help in such cases.

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