Recognizing Anxiety Symptoms

An Article by Healthline:

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Anxiety is a normal part of human life. You may have felt anxiety before addressing a group or applying for a job, for example. In the short term, anxiety increases your breathing rate and heart rate, concentrating the blood flow to your brain where you need it. This very physical response is preparing you to face an intense situation. If it gets too intense, however, you might start to feel lightheaded and nauseous. An excessive or persistent state of anxiety can have a devastating effect on your physical and mental health.

It’s difficult Recognizing Anxiety Symptoms in our close friends and family. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), about 40 million American adults have some type of anxiety disorder every year. An anxiety disorder is a condition in which you experience frequent, powerful bouts of anxiety that interfere with your life. This type of anxiety can get in the way of family, career, and social obligations.

Panic attacks cause troubling physical symptoms, including heart palpitations, chest pains, and lightheadedness. Often, people with anxiety disorder have a sense of impending doom. 

One of the easier ways that leads to Recognizing Anxiety Symptoms is social withdrawal, irritability, and compulsive behavior – especially when it is out of the norm for your friends and family.

Prolonged anxiety can lead to sleep problems, fatigue, and frequent bouts of unexplained physical ailments. 

When you feel anxious and stressed, your brain floods your system with hormones and chemicals designed to help you respond to a threat. That’s good in the short term, but harmful in the long term. 

Panic attacks can lead to anxiety over further attacks, so your brain continues to release stress hormones. This can lead to headaches, muscle tension, and loss of sexual desire. Anxiety disorders increase the risk of clinical depression and substance abuse. 

Short-term anxiety can boost your immune system. But prolonged anxiety and stress can interfere with your ability to fight off bacteria, viruses, and other illnesses. Vaccines may be less effective. 

Anxiety causes rapid, shallow breathing. People with anxiety disorder are at increased risk of respiratory illness like influenza and the common cold. People with COPD and anxiety are more likely to require hospitalization. 

Anxiety disorders can cause rapid heart rate, palpitations, and chest pains. It increases the risk of high blood pressure and heart disease. 

Social Signs of
Anxiety Disorder

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It may be difficult to begin Recognizing Anxiety Symptoms if there are co-existing mental health disorders, physical illnesses, or substance abuse problems. Signs that someone may have a serious anxiety disorder include:

  • Fear of Leaving the House, Social Withdrawal
  • Extreme, Unwarranted Fear of Particular Situation or Things
  • Changes in Personality
  • Family or Relationship Problems
  • Depression or Suicidal Thoughts
  • Compulsive or Repetitive Behaviors
  • Trouble on the Job or in School
  • Alcohol or Drug Abuse
  • Frequent Emotional & Physical Health Issues

Everyone has anxiety from time to time, but chronic anxiety can negatively impact your quality of life.

There are several types of anxiety disorder. Among them are:

Generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) is excessive anxiety for no apparent reason. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), GAD affects about 6.8 million American adults a year. GAD is diagnosed when extreme worry about a variety of things lasts six months or longer. If you have a mild case, you’re probably able to function fairly normally. More severe cases may have a profound impact on your life.

Social anxiety disorder is a paralyzing fear of social situations and of being judged or humiliated by others. This severe social phobia can leave one feeling ashamed and alone. About 15 million American adults live with social anxiety disorder, according to the ADAA. The typical age at onset is 13. Thirty-six percent of patients wait a decade or more before pursuing help.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) develops after you’ve witnessed or experienced something traumatic. Symptoms can begin immediately or be delayed for years. Common causes include war, natural disasters, or physical attack. Episodes of anxiety may be triggered without warning.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) is also a type of anxiety disorder. People with OCD are overwhelmed with the desire to perform particular rituals (compulsions) over and over again. Common compulsions include habitual hand washing, counting, or checking something.

Phobias are also anxiety disorders. Common phobias include fear of tight spaces (claustrophobia) and fear of heights (acrophobia). It creates a powerful urge to avoid the feared object or situation.

Panic disorder causes panic attacks spontaneous feelings of anxiety, terror, or impending doom. Physical symptoms include heart palpitations, chest pain, and shortness of breath. These attacks may be repeated at any time. People with any type of anxiety disorder may have panic attacks.

If you repeatedly feel anxious and stressed, or if it lasts a long time, your body never gets the signal to return to normal functioning. That can weaken your immune system, leaving you more vulnerable to viral infections. Your excretory and digestive systems also suffer.

CBD and Beautiful Earth Organics

This is why we got into the CBD business. Cannabinoids are already in our system. Read this from our website:

The Endocannabinoid system is a recently discovered physiological system that is responsible for almost all functions of the human body. The main purpose of the ECS system is to ensure all bodily systems are working at a homeostatic rate (normal rate), through molecules known as “endocannabinoids”. (endo meaning inside) are naturally produced cannabinoids by our own bodies, and are responsible for communicating with all of our bodily systems and ensuring they are in a balanced order.

These endocannabinoids regulate all of our internal activity by binding with receptor known as CB1 And CB2, located all throughout the human body. When our body has a lack of these endocannabinoids our internal systems become overactive or not active enough and lead to diseases like cancer, insomnia, diabetes, lowered metabolism and many more.

Our bodies produces less cannabinoids due to aging, lack of exercise, poor diet, and many other factors, so it becomes extremely crucial that we get these cannabinoids through plant sources. Terpenes are the building blocks and found through out all of nature, such as mangoes, lavander, mint, berries and many other fruits and vegetables. When consuming a plant based diet we provide our body with the proper nutrition it needs to build our endocannabinoid system. This will ensure our immune system along with all other internal systems are functioning the way they should be.

We would like to chat with everyone. We know what CBD does, and maybe you have questions about it. We would love to provide you with the best information that is out there!

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