Changes in blood pressure, elevated heart beat, shakiness or trembling, weight changes, difficulties sleeping, reduced motivation, difficulties concentrating, feelings of uneasiness, stress, fatigue, frustration, crying, diziness, sweating, irratability, panic, excessive worry
Anxiety experienced physically can include diziness, elevated heart beat, bodily pain, weight changes, shakiness, sweating, and irregular sleeping habits.
Living with persistent, invasive anxious thoughts may make concentrating and problem-solving difficult, as well as reduce one's motivational levels.
Emotionally, a person who is living with anxiety may have feelings of uneasiness, exessive worry, frustration, and/ or sadness.
Spiritually, a person living with anxiety may disconnect from others and be worried about his/ her future and/ or overall purpose in life.
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