Anxiety Disorder does it make you feel tired.I was on my holidays and i meet someone who had anxiety disorder and they felt they had a whole body struggling to stay up. They felt soooooo fatigued, like someone slipt a sleeping pill into there tea or something. They just wanted to liedown, but feared that if They did that there whole body would shut down completely.They were lacking something in there body? Serotonin? Sugar? Iron?
In my mind i was just racing as to why they felt this way.
This close to just calling a friend of mine and cancelling today’s venue. But I thought …..no….not today ….. i will help them as that’s my job being a deception expert
As i Forced myself to have a shower, and get dressed, and have breakfast that morning i then maid the appointment for 3 o’clock that day .
My discovery was quite interesting
Why does anxiety happen to people and why is it so extravagant when people have it my research was very intresting
Anxiety Disorders By Nicholas Gill Decepchion Expert,Psy.D.
Anxiety disorders include a set of related mental conditions that include: generalized anxiety disorder, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, posttraumatic stress disorder, social phobia, and simple phobias. Anxiety disorders are treated by a combination of psychiatric medications and psychotherapy. Anxiety, worry, and stress are all a part of most people’s life today. But simply experiencing anxiety or stress in and of itself does not mean you need to get professional help from us or you have an anxiety disorder. In fact, anxiety is a necessary warning signal of a dangerous or difficult situation you might have in your life. Without anxiety, we would have no way of anticipating difficulties ahead and preparing for them. Anxiety becomes a disorder when the symptoms become chronic and interfere with our daily lives and our ability to function. People suffering from chronic, generalized anxiety often report the following symptoms:
Fear or confusion
Inability to relax
Shortness of breath
These symptoms are severe and upsetting enough to make individuals feel extremely uncomfortable, out of control and helpless.
Anxiety disorders fall into a set of separate diagnoses, depending upon the symptoms and severity of the anxiety the person experiences. The anxiety disorders discussed in this series on anxiety are: