There are times in all of our lives when we have felt anxious or worried. This is a normal reaction to a stressful or unexpected life event. However, anxiety can be particularly debilitating to those who suffer from an Anxiety Disorder, and cannot control their worry or panic despite the desire to do so. Anxiety can take many forms, including racing thoughts, panic attacks, and avoidance of people, places, or social situations.
Below are some warning signs that you may have an Anxiety Disorder:
- Excessive worry that is difficult to control.
- Feeling on edge more often than not.
- Difficulty concentrating.
- Sleep disturbance.
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