Understanding Anxiety And Paranoia

Understanding Anxiety And Paranoia

People who suffer from anxiety may have a moderate level of paranoia and the fear stemming from that can play a large role in anxiety attacks. Understanding the relationship between anxiety and paranoia can lend to the treatment of anxiety and relief of anxiety attacks. A large recent study was done by the National Center […]

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Sore Muscles Caused By Anxiety

Sore Muscles Caused By Anxiety

Anxiety can be one of the biggest tension causing events to our bodies. The minute you feel an attack coming on, you immediately tense your muscles. This is the “fight or flight” response and you are ready to run from something you fear. This can lead to muscle soreness, aches and pains. You can find […]

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Soothe Anxiety And Your Bladder

Soothe Anxiety And Your Bladder

One of the most embarrassing issues with anxiety is loss of bladder and/or bowel control. Sudden anxiety will sometimes have you running for the bathroom in the middle of important things like; a new date, your children’s performances, a meeting with your boss and crowded shopping malls. For some, this is the only anxiety symptom […]

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Reduce Anxiety And Overcome Extreme Fatigue

Reduce Anxiety And Overcome Extreme Fatigue

People who suffer from anxiety are constantly feeling “keyed-up.” Symptoms can often cause the body to become easily and severely fatigued. Anxiety attacks that occur during sleep can also cause fatigue, due to the fact that the attacks keep you awake. Anxiety can make you tired and feeling tired can cause more anxiety. Before you […]

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