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Anxiety – Everything you need to know

Anxiety is an overwhelming feeling of unease or worries about a future event or development. It is the result of tension and restlessness when we fear the way an important situation would resolve. That said, anxiety is our mind’s expected reaction when we are under loads of stress. Unfortunately, it could interfere with our performance and further result in frustration and discontent. In its extreme forms, it could affect every aspect of our lives and disturb our everyday tasks. In this case, we are talking about anxiety disorder, which differs from the occasional problem. We need to be familiar with its symptoms and mechanisms in order to understand what is happening to us. It is only then that we can take specific steps towards dealing with the situation. One thing we cannot emphasize enough is that anxiety, as hard as it can be on us, is possible to deal with. We need to pay attention to what our minds and bodies tell us and try to stay ahead of the condition.
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