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Anxiety happens to everyone, it can happen with warning, or it can come on suddenly. There are many symptoms of anxiety and being aware of them will help you to understand if you are going to have an anxiety attack and what you can do to prevent them.

It is very normal to feel some amount of anxiety when facing new or stressful situations but it is not normal to feel anxious all the time, without reason, and for two weeks or more. If you are experiencing symptoms of anxiety for two weeks or more you may be suffering from an anxiety disorder and or depression.

Symptoms of anxiety
Some of the many symptoms of anxiety include sweating, fidgeting, nausea, vomiting, headaches, muscle pains, trouble sleeping, over sleeping, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, restlessness, feeling an overall sense of dread, feeling “keyed up” or on edge, irritability, moodiness, and feeling fatigued. These are the main symptoms of anxiety you may experience other symptom and they should not be taken any less seriously.

Some causes of anxiety
Some causes of anxiety can be the changing of the seasons; this may sound weird but the fact is this is very common. For some people they just start feeling comfortable with the summer weather and then boom, its fall, then winter. Changes, even as minor as the weather, can have a great impact on people with anxiety disorders.

Another cause of anxiety can be the environment in which you live; everyday stresses can become too much to handle for people with anxiety and can cause them to stress about any little thing such as leaving the house, going to the store, picking up the kids, meeting your spouse’s boss, etc. If you are constantly stressing over money or family issues you will start to feel stress about everything.

Not getting enough sleep is a big contributor to anxiety and anxiety attacks; if you do not get enough sleep you will find that it is easier to get annoyed by things, you will feel extremely irritable, and it will be harder for you to relax.
Another big cause to anxiety is having a phobia, not just a fear, but an irrational fear that if you do or don’t do something, the consequences could mean death. For example a person may have a phobia of germs causing them to wash their hands repeatedly for fear of dying. Others may fear leaving the house because they are afraid they will be murdered. These phobias are usually classified as obsessive compulsive disorder and are the most common anxiety disorder in America.

There are also many treatments for symptoms of anxiety including deep breathing exercises, yoga, regular exercise, getting enough sleep, relaxation techniques, muscle relaxation techniques, meditation, picking a time and a place to do all your worrying, counseling, facing your fears, and taking medication.

Anxiety can sometimes be difficult to deal with because it will interrupt your daily activities and cause you to miss out on things as well. With the many different treatment options available there is no reason that you should have to live with the symptoms of anxiety.