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Everyone experiences stress of some sort at different junctures of their life and maybe even at different times when executing their work or day to day activities. Having said that, we need to understand that stress and anxiety can and will be a different experience for everyone. It can go from non-existent and mild to a full-blown panic attack.
One one level, there is no stress or anxiety and all is calm and well.
Mild anxiety is common in everyday life. Here, you stay open minded and collected, even while being a little stressed. This is the kind of nervousness that comes up when one is awaiting an exam result, starting a new venture or moving to a new place.Moderate anxiety will lead you to focus on the stressful thing in front of you while ignoring the rest of the things in your day or around you. You might experience a faster heartbeat and breath.Severe anxiety manifests in the form of more intense physical reactions – a pounding heartbeat or pains in the chest, headache or migraine, vomiting, trembling hands, scattered and racing thoughts, and even a sense of dread combined with erratic behaviour.
And at the panic attack stage, you might feel suddenly paralysed, unable to move or speak – or it goes to the other extreme, where you are all jittery and find it impossible to stop fidgeting and sit still.
You can learn more about your anxiety symptoms, if any, with an anxiety measurement test.
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Disclaimer: According to an individual’s case severity, the sessions might vary.