Have you ever had an anxiety attack? It’s one of the scariest things that can happen to you. You sometimes can’t even control yourself. According to experts, about one-third of American adults will suffer from anxiety at some point in their life. A recent study showed that anxiety levels have peaked during the coronavirus epidemic. Luckily, there are ways to tell when one is coming.
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Intro – 0:00
A Racing Heartbeat – 00:34
Shaking or Trembling – 01:17
Mouth Feeling Dry – 02:19
Tingling, Numbness, or Burning – 02:54
Breathing Difficulties – 03:13
Chest Pains – 04:04
No Symptoms At All – 04:31
Feeling Dizzy or Fainting – 04:50
Sweating – 05:35
Rashes On The Skin – 06:37
GI Issues – 07:10
A Racing Heartbeat
Anxiety is when your brain tells you that you don't have control over anything.
Shaking or Trembling
You must be thinking that if anxiety is so frequent, the physical symptoms should be easy to identify, right? Well, not exactly. Anxiety episodes differ from person to person.
Mouth Feeling Dry
During an anxiety episode, you may have a dry mouth. This is commonly known as “cottonmouth”.
Tingling, Numbness, or Burning
Another indicator of an anxiety attack is numbness, burning, or prickling sensations in various regions of your body, particularly your arms or legs.
One frightening sign of anxiety attacks is feeling short of breath.
Chest discomfort is another common physical sign of an anxiety episode.
No Symptoms At All
Symptoms of anxiety or panic disorder are different for each person.
Feeling Dizzy or Fainting
Blood transports oxygen through our bodies.
Sweating is a typical side effect of anxiety disorders.
Rashes On The Skin
This one is pretty scary. If you weren’t in panic mode already, a red mark on your skin will certainly do the trick.
Have you ever had butterflies in your stomach before a big presentation? Maybe you’re nervous because of a big date you’re about to go on? Either way, you find yourself running to the bathroom more and more these days.
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