Anxiety Symptoms

Anxiety Dry Mouth - Causes & Cures

Anxiety symptoms can be frustrating, irritating, and even feel dangerous. One of those that falls into the irritating category is dry mouth anxiety.

Dry mouth anxiety is annoying and something you don’t want to have to deal with. But it’s fairly common with anxiety of any type.

Reasons for Dry Mouth Anxiety

There are several issues related to anxiety that can bring on the feeling of dry mouth. They are all common and experienced by many people with anxiety.

Brain Fog & Anxiety

We’ve all seen pictures of, or been in, fog lying close around big buildings in a city. It seems to cling to everything and blots out details of things, sometimes hiding them outright.

What would it be like to have that in your head? If you ever have, you’ve suffered from brain fog anxiety.

How Serious Is Anxiety Twitching?

Anxiety definitely affects your body as well as your mind. One of the common symptoms is anxiety induced muscle twitching. A muscle or a group of muscles seem to take on a mind of their own and begin that annoying twitching.

While anxiety twitching is not a serious condition, people with anxiety will often believe it is a sign of something much more serious. In many people’s minds, muscle twitching is associated with very serious medical disorders.

Understanding Anxiety Symptoms in Men

Men and women alike can develop anxiety for a number of reasons. Far more women than men seek treatment for their anxiety, however. Some of the reasons for this include men being ashamed of having some kind of “mental” problem, men being taught they should be tough and deal with things by themselves, and men often self-medicating with alcohol or drugs.

Specific Anxiety Symptoms in Men

There are many common symptoms of anxiety that show up in both men and women. But some of these are more frequently seen in men.

Understanding Anxiety Fatigue

One of the more common symptoms of anxiety is fatigue that just won’t go away. It’s hard to understand how a condition of the mind can cause a physical symptom. And the connection between anxiety and fatigue isn’t well known.

Most of the time this anxiety fatigue occurs after a longer time feeling anxious. There may be several reasons for anxiety to lead to fatigue.

Anxiety Nausea: Causes and Cures

Anxiety causes physical as well as psychological symptoms. Nausea is one of the most common of the physical symptoms. Anxiety nausea typically happens because of the feeling of fear people experience with anxiety.

How Anxiety Causes Nausea

The body responds to anxiety in the same way it responds to stress. A cascade of chemical and hormonal events takes place that readies our bodies to either fight against the source of stress or flee from it. This occurs because the fear is so strong with anxiety.

Anxiety Sweating: A Common Symptom

Frustration with the symptoms is a common situation with anxiety. Anxiety sweating is one of those common symptoms that is especially frustrating. Part of this frustration is the fact that sweating is something that can easily be seen.

Sweat can pop out on your forehead when you’re anxious. It can soak your underarms and be visible to everyone. Your palms can feel like a wet dish cloth when they sweat and you have to shake hands.

Anxiety sweating is a nuisance. And it’s entirely normal.

How to Cope with Anxiety Headaches

Anxiety can affect us in many different ways. There are both psychological symptoms, which are symptoms that happen in our minds that trigger negative emotions (fear, nervousness, frustration) and thoughts, and physiological symptoms. Physiological symptoms are the things we feel in our bodies in reaction to anxiety. People with anxiety can feel stress and tension in different parts of the body as a result of anxiety. One of the most common physiological symptoms of anxiety is an anxiety-induced headache.

Anxiety Induced Shortness of Breath & How to Manage It

Anxiety can cause many different kinds of scary side effects. One of the most stressful and upsetting symptoms of anxiety is experiencing shortness of breath. When experiencing shortness of breath a person may feel lightheaded or may experience a pain in his or her chest. Such sensations are often the result of anxiety or related issues that affect breathing patterns. Experiencing shortness of breath can both be caused by anxiety and create a stronger sensation of anxiety. Having shortness of breath can create many alarming sensations, like:

Anxiety Chest Tightness: What It Is and What You Can Do

Chest tightness caused by anxiety is probably the most disturbing symptom of anxiety. The reason anxiety chest tightness feels so frightening is that it brings on thoughts of heart attack or stroke.

However, there are a couple of significant differences between anxiety chest tightness and heart attack. The first is duration. Chest tightness due to anxiety usually lasts only about ten minutes. Chest symptoms with a heart attack can last much longer.

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