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11 Things People Don’t Realize You Are Doing Because Of Your Anxiety

1. Invites decline, even when you really want to go.

Sometimes anxiety can be so debilitating that can not muster enough energy to leave. No matter how excited he was for the event in advance, when the day comes and anxiety really is in full force, you say no. You do not want to be a burden to anyone, whether to go, so the best option for you is to attend.

2. Becoming obsessed with things that people normally never think twice.

You obsessed with all in his head. Chances are that things are not obsess cross the mind of someone who has no anxiety. Perhaps obsessions about a conversation he had last week, or the way his boss looked at you the other day. Perhaps obsessions that her boyfriend has not sent text messages in one day, and worry if you said anything to annoy. Whatever it is, it is difficult for people without the anxiety to understand why you are so caught up in things that are not even important to them.

3. Wake up early in the morning, even when you’re tired.

Sleep is always a problem for you. It is difficult for you to get to sleep because it has so much to digest and contemplate on the day we just had. Because your mind never seems off, it never fails to wake up early in the concerns that have already entered your mind. It tends to wake up very early sometimes because you need to get going, and do it all in a timely manner. Sleeping in is definitely a challenge for you because you can not turn off the anxiety once you’re already awake.

4. You fear the worst scenario constantly in every situation.

Before the first date, they are convinced that it will go very wrong. Before embarking on a trip, it has thought everything falls apart. Before embarking on a road trip, you are afraid of accidents. When you get sick, you terrifies there’s something really wrong with you. The list goes on and on, and it seems silly to others. But for you? It is real to you.

5. Replay conversations over and over again in his head.

tries to avoid confrontation at all costs as it makes your anxiety worse. When you have an argument or even a conversation that looks lovely on the other person, who continue to think about it after all is said and done. You can never remove the head and always think you said something wrong. You really can eat indoors, and always remember that it is only speaking anxiety, and everything is most likely fine.

6. You become more concerned about yourself when people express concern for you.

When people ask you if you’re okay when you are having an anxiety attack, or when people come to you when you are far above your head with negative thoughts, that makes your anxiety worse. Of course we all have good intentions, but when others care about you, that makes you think – “If that are concerned, then I should worry more about myself”

7. Do you think it’s your fault when someone does not respond immediately.

Whether your partner, your best friend or sister who constantly get nervous when people do not respond to you. People without anxiety usually will not pay any mind, but for you is big business. Usually, when people do not answer or text again, you think it’s all his fault. You always think you did something wrong, when most likely, are nothing more than terrible communication.

8. Sometimes it feels as if a malfunction every few days, when speaking of the future connected.

The future is a big trigger for you. You hate when people ask you what are your plans for the next five years, and will cause them off. Graduate from high school and college for most people is very exciting, but for you it can be very daunting and scary. You hate when people talk about their own future, because it makes you feel like you are not good enough.

9. It is constantly compare their success to others who are the same age as you.

You see constantly on Facebook that people your age are getting their dream jobs, and makes the head want to explode. You do not want to compare with others, but sometimes your anxiety the best of you and you can not help it. You worry if it will ever measure up to them, and if your goals are ever going to come true.

10. Replay every mistake you make, and always punished over it.

Especially if a mistake at work, you can consume your thoughts and can ruin your day, or even weeks is committed. You constantly strive to do the best you can do, but when you accidentally send something that should not, or when you do something that is not supposed to do in the office, you can get very down on himself. Anxiety can actually be your worst enemy.

11. In some days you’re too physically and mentally exhausted to get out of bed.

Some days, anxiety can be so strong, you really feel unable to do anything but stay in bed and mourn. Sometimes the world can be too much for her mind to handle, and you have to take a few days off and rest your tired mind and body. Anxiety can have a huge effect on our health, and is not something to brush aside. It can be really harmful, and many people do not understand the effects it can have on an individual.

Written by Lauren Jarvis-Gibson


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