Panic attack or anxiety attack is the release of adrenaline through your body. What scares most people is that these panic attacks seem to come out of the blue and apparently for no reason too. It is said that these attacks are usually the body trying to find an outlet to release some suppressed emotions.… Continue reading Panic Attack.
In the post Headaches I mentioned the two headaches and how they are different from each other. Tension Headaches, as they are called, are definitely associated with some form of anxiety or tension. Their onset is the result of anxious thinking. Tension Headaches don’t just bring you a dull headache, they are accompanied by few… Continue reading Tension Headaches.
Once you are in the anxiety shit especially the intense one where you feel like nobody could help you, you most undoubtedly would have asked this question – “Why did anxiety choose me?” Or “Does God hate me so much?” I certainly did ask all these questions and I was fed up of this game… Continue reading The good side of anxiety.
There are generally two types of headaches – Normal Headaches and Tension Headaches. Normal Headaches are the ones which we usually get now and then. It’s mostly on the forehead, covering the entire area without any kind of specification. After a heavy party or concert night, or a busy day or at the onset of… Continue reading Headache.
This is one of the insignificant and short-lived symptoms that comes with anxiety. Mostly when you are the peak of intense anxiety for a few days you may feel like you don’t want to eat anything heavy. Now at that time it may feel like you will be forever feel like this and your taste… Continue reading Changes in food.
I have mentioned this one in the post about Hyper-awareness as it is often confused with this. Hyper-awareness is just perception with intense awareness. Depersonalisation (also called Derealisation) on the other hand is a feeling of detachment or disconnection from the surrounding. Depersonalisation is one of the most common symptoms of anxiety and is also one… Continue reading Depersonalisation.
Before I ramble on about anxiety symptoms I want to put out two things in front of you. First one is that if you experience some of the symptoms I am going to list down below and you are anxious then you certainly have intense anxiety (I would also recommend you to go get checked by… Continue reading Symptoms.