Do you have recurring intrusive thoughts i.e. panics for what might happen next? Anxiety disorders are always found amidst anxious people.
Being the most common form of mental illness, anxiety disorders have always been linked to overthinking, of which, good percentage of us all do day-in day-out.
Does it really pays being anxious? What effects does it mounts on us? Only anxious people can answer, relate and as well fully understand the questions and the following nightmares:
When it gets to the peak. Anxious people question and seek to know why some things exist i.e. passion, interest, hate, love, animal, object etc. They worry about their existence and what they all about.
Mind and Body not cooperating
“I don’t just ‘get nervous.’ Heck, half the time I’m not even nervous when I’m having a panic attack — I’m anxious. Sometimes it’s for no reason I can identify. When I’m anxious and nervous I recognize some of it is irrational, but I can’t just snap out of it. My mind and body aren’t cooperating with reason.” — Alex Wickham
No confidence in Relationship
You don’t care if there exist some reasons to trust your lover – if she doesn’t call you back right away when she’s out, your mind will play out a bunch of horrible scenarios in which she’d cheated. Anna Bashkova shared
Need time to Reboot
“After a hectic day, especially after being in crowds or dealing directly with multiple people, I have a ‘people hangover’ the next day. I need alone time to reboot from all the energy used. I have to rest and reset my mind. If I don’t, I will become bone-tired, overwhelmed and moody.” — Lisa Shuey
Anxiety in the Head, but tortures the Body.
Anxiety may be in your head, but it shows its presence in your body i.e. the stomach problems. uncomfortable in your own skin and the tightness in your chest.
No simple task
“Even the simplest tasks can be overwhelming at times.” — Rhonda Bodfield
Spend time being Anxious about being Anxious
Anxious people spend the whole day guarding against any form of anxiety i.e. they spend a lot of time being anxious about being anxious.
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