Symptoms of Anxiety

Typically, those who suffer from prolonged anxiety experience a range symptoms, including:

  • excessive worry about health, money, family, work, or school performance—even when there are no signs of trouble
  •  irrational expectations of the worst outcome in many situations
  •  inability to relax
  •  irritability
  •  insomnia
  •  tiredness
  •  headaches
  •  muscle tension
  •  difficulty swallowing
  •  trembling or twitching
  •  frequent urination

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