11 symptoms of anxiety in the body

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Anxiety is considered a natural human feeling. This means that feeling that famous “butterflies in your stomach” before an event, for example, is considered normal and expected.

However, when this and other symptoms appear excessively and unregulated, anxiety is characterized as a disease. The individual who deals with this problem experiences psychological difficulties that eventually manifest themselves in a physical way.

“Somatization happens when psychic issues affect the body, increasing the vulnerability of the subject and making him more susceptible to illness. The body organically finds a way to point out psychic pain and ask for care”, explains psychologist Nathany Ricardo.

Physical symptoms of anxiety

According to Nathany, when we talk about anxiety and physical symptoms, it is common to quickly associate the signs of a panic attack:

1- Sweating: excessive sweating in the armpits, face, hands and feet

two- Tachycardia: increased heart rate.

3- Tremors: Tremors usually manifest in the hands and legs.

4- Tingling: it can happen in different limbs, such as the arms and feet.

5- Nausea: feeling sick and feeling sick.

6- Dizziness: vertigo or a feeling of fainting occurs.

7- Numbness of arms or legs: there is loss of sensitivity in these regions.

The psychologist also points out that some symptoms can be revealed by the body beyond the moments of crisis, such as:

8- Headaches: Anxiety can cause a tension in the body that triggers a headache.

9- Constant colds: the stress caused by anxiety can affect the immune system.

10- Muscle aches: Muscles are stiff due to tension.

11- Bruxism: One of the risk factors for teeth grinding is stress caused by anxiety.

Learn more: Depression and anxiety: how does the psychological affect immunity?

How to control anxiety?

There are different ways to deal with anxiety – it all depends on the level of damage that the symptom generates in each one. This means that, for some people, psychiatric follow-up is required for the use of traditional medicines.

In other cases, psychological follow-up and some changes in everyday life, such as the practice of regular physical activity, can help to deal with the symptom more easily. Some frames can also be controlled with breathing exercises. Check out fifteen tips on how to control anxiety.

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