Everyone’s experiences of anxiety disorders are different. Not everyone who has an anxiety disorder will experience the same symptoms. Anxiety can have both mental and physical symptoms. It can also often lead to depression.
Mental symptoms can include:
Feelings of dread, panic or ‘impending doom’
Problems with sleep
Changes in appetite
Wanting to escape from the situation you are in
Dissociation (feeling like you aren’t connected to your own body, watching things happen around you without feeling it.)
Physical symptoms can include:
Heavy and fast breathing
Hot flushes or blushing
Extreme tiredness or lack of energy
Headaches, dizziness and fainting
Stomach aches, nausea and sickness
Anxiety can also make it difficult to carry out daily aspects of life such as:
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