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Everything you said is true about anxiety. Anxiety can last for minutes, days, weeks, months. It can come and go or it can last the duration. I would have attacks come and go all day long and in between my body would be suffering the consequences of it so I was in a constant state of anxiety for months. You do not necessary have to have an "attack" to be suffering from anxiety. It can just be a constant feeling in your body presenting in many different forms.

It definitely presents itself in physical ways. The muscles and circulation are a definite symptom. It is because you are so tense and do not even realize it. I suffered from anxiety for so long before I would believe that it was anxiety. I am finally on meds and feel so much better.

Below is a list of symptoms I found on a website for the international association for anxiety mangement. I hope it helps you.


Common Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

Panic Attacks

Obsessional or disturbing thoughts

Smothering sensations and Shortness of breath

Racing heart, slow heart beat, palpitations

Chest Pain

Lump in throat & Difficulty swallowing

Skin losing colour (blanching)

Sweating

Shaking or shivering (Visibly or internally)

Neck & shoulder pain & numbness in face or head

Rapid gastric emptying

Indigestion, heartburn, constipation and Diarrhoea

Symptoms of urinary tract infection

Skin rashes

Weakness in arms & tingling in the hands or feet

Electric shock feeling anywhere in the body

Dry mouth

Insomnia

Nightmares

Fears of going mad or losing control

Increased depression & suicidal feelings

Aggression

Symptoms like 'flu'

Distorted vision

Disturbed hearing

Hormone problems

Headaches & feelings of having a tight band around head

Sore eyes

Agoraphobia

Hallucinations

Creeping or pins and needles sensations in the skin

Increased sensitivity to light, sound, touch, and smell

Hyperactivity

Dramatic increase in sexual feelings

Pain in the face or jaw that resembles a toothache

Derealisation and depersonalisation


Hope it helps you!
[QUOTE=raqwest]Everything you said is true about anxiety. Anxiety can last for minutes, days, weeks, months. It can come and go or it can last the duration. I would have attacks come and go all day long and in between my body would be suffering the consequences of it so I was in a constant state of anxiety for months. You do not necessary have to have an "attack" to be suffering from anxiety. It can just be a constant feeling in your body presenting in many different forms.

It definitely presents itself in physical ways. The muscles and circulation are a definite symptom. It is because you are so tense and do not even realize it. I suffered from anxiety for so long before I would believe that it was anxiety. I am finally on meds and feel so much better.

Below is a list of symptoms I found on a website for the international association for anxiety mangement. I hope it helps you.


Common Anxiety Disorder Symptoms

Panic Attacks

Obsessional or disturbing thoughts

Smothering sensations and Shortness of breath

Racing heart, slow heart beat, palpitations

Chest Pain

Lump in throat & Difficulty swallowing

Skin losing colour (blanching)

Sweating

Shaking or shivering (Visibly or internally)

Neck & shoulder pain & numbness in face or head

Rapid gastric emptying

Indigestion, heartburn, constipation and Diarrhoea

Symptoms of urinary tract infection

Skin rashes

Weakness in arms & tingling in the hands or feet

Electric shock feeling anywhere in the body

Dry mouth

Insomnia

Nightmares

Fears of going mad or losing control

Increased depression & suicidal feelings

Aggression

Symptoms like 'flu'

Distorted vision

Disturbed hearing

Hormone problems

Headaches & feelings of having a tight band around head

Sore eyes

Agoraphobia

Hallucinations

Creeping or pins and needles sensations in the skin

Increased sensitivity to light, sound, touch, and smell

Hyperactivity

Dramatic increase in sexual feelings

Pain in the face or jaw that resembles a toothache

Derealisation and depersonalisation


Hope it helps you![/QUOTE]


HEY!!! It helped me! I am almost in tears as I re-visit this site. My anxiety is back due to getting a divorce and you reminded me that all of this stuff can happen. Husband is getting a little mean and has called me "psycho" more than a few times. It's been a long time, but anxiety seems to be there just when your life starts to fall apart again! I beat it once...I'll do it again.

Anyway, at least you reminded me about this and I can take it as it comes.

Thank you.





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