There are many types of anxiety from mild anxiety, which can be vague and unsettling, to severe anxiety that can have a serious impact on your daily life.
It can also turn into an anxiety disorder, which can affect every aspect of your life.
When your mental symptoms are not treated, they can manifest themselves into real physical symptoms.
Real physical disease and illnesses can stem from simply being stressed and or depressed and anxious.
There is a normal response to anxiety that everyone goes through, such as talking in public, taking an exam, or meeting a partner’s parents for the first time.
This is how the body should react to being nervous or stressed. When the body is stressed, the adrenal gland kicks in and floods the system with adrenaline.
Again, this is the body’s normal response to stress. The adrenaline is used up while you’re taking your exam, meeting your partner’s parents, or making your speech.
It may leave you a little drained of energy when the adrenaline is used up, but this is normally.
Keeping adrenaline in your body can make your life miserable with sleeplessness, night terrors, fears you can’t explain, and other ways of manifesting the symptoms of anxiety.
Plus, when it doesn’t leave your body, it leads to depression. So, let’s find out what causes depression.