Sudden changes in mood

People who suffer from anxiety find it hard to relax or stick to a single emotion. They may feel restless, nervous, frightened and frustrated.

Excessive Worrying

Constant worrying is one of the tell- tale signs of anxiety. It is sudden, happens without any reason and can also make one feel out of control.


An anxious person may also find it difficult to focus or concentrate, while feeling confused about their surroundings.


Anxiety can also cause physical symptoms. This includes nausea, dizziness and headache, sometimes accompanied with vomiting.

Muscle Tension and Pain

Anxiety and Depression are closely related, and people with anxiety are more likely to experience depression and vice versa.

Dry mouth

Anxiety can also trigger physical symptoms like dry mouth. Stress and anxiety are said to impact the salivary glands and lead to less saliva production.

Sleep issues

Anxiety can also have long term effects such as struggling to fall or stay asleep at night.

Avoiding Usual Activities

Anxiety can also cause behavioral changes. Avoidance is one such sign. This means a person feels the need to avoid activities that they usually would do

Heart Palpitations

A racing heart may also be a sign of anxiety. Stress can often rev up your heartbeat.

Stomach pain

One may also experience stomach ache, diarrhea and more

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