It is normal to get nervous or anxious, for example, when you speak in public, when you have an important test coming up, or while going through financial difficulty. But sometimes anxiety becomes too frequent that it becomes forceful. It destroys happy lives. The best thing to do is to get professional help. Here are some signs you need to watch out for:
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1. You Cancel Plans Even If You Really Wanted To Go
You won’t want to go out no matter how excited you are about the plan. You cancel it on the last hour, making up some excuses. You don’t want to be a burden to anyone if you go there, so the best choice is to not go.
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2.You’re Obsessed About Things Which People Normally Don’t Care About
You’re obsessed about everything in your head. Normally these things don’t bother people much, but you have a hard time whenever you think about them. You keep repeating a conversation for about a week, or the way your boss asked you to pull up your socks and work harder.
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3.You Wake Up Early In The Morning Even When You’re Tired
Sleep is always a problem for you. It’s hard for you to get sleep because you have so many things to digest and it keeps you up all through the night. Your mind never seems to shut off. Sleeping is definitely a challenge for you.
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4. You’re Constantly In Fear Of The Worst Case Scenario In Every Situation
Before even you get dressed for your first dates, you know it’s going to be terribly wrong. You envision everything falling apart. You fear accidents before going for a trip. If you get terrified and really sick, there is something wrong with you. You need to talk to a professional person as soon as possible. Don’t listen to your friends; you’re not weird, you just need to speak about it to someone who can really help you out.
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5. You Become More Worried When People Ask You If You’re Ok
When people come to ask you if you’re alright, it makes your anxiety worse. It’s quite natural for them to feel worried about you, and you assume that if they are feeling worried, so should you.
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6. You Think It’s Your
Fault When Someone Doesn’t Reply Right
Whether it’s your colleague, your best friend, or just another person you’re chatting with, if they don’t respond to you properly you assume that you’ve done something wrong. What if they are just in a bad mood, you misinterpreted the message, or they are normally rude? Not everything is your fault.
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7. You Feel Like You’re Having A Breakdown Every Other Day
You hate it when people ask you about your plans in the next five years, which causes you to retreat. Graduating from college can be very exciting, yet daunting at the same time. You hate it when people talk about your future, because it makes you feel that you’re not good enough.