Anxiety is a normal response to stress or a dangerous situation, sometimes referred to as “fight or flight” response. Anxiety becomes problematic when it is constant or in reaction to inappropriate circumstances. For example, when your body sees a looming deadline, a meeting with your boss, or an uncomfortable dinner conversation as “danger”, this is typically an inappropriate response that leads to interfering with your everyday activities. The longer this anxiety continues to affect you, the more serious of a health concern it may become. Constant anxiety can lead to high blood pressure, insomnia, digestive problems and panic attacks.
- Constant worry and agitation
- Heart palpitations
- Restlessness and tension
- Mood swings
- High blood pressure
Causes include stress, thyroid problems, excessive alcohol, caffeine or sugar intake, environmental toxins, adrenal disorders, food allergies and hormone imbalance, as well as:
- Inability to sleep
- Inconsistent appetite
- Worsening of existing conditions
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