Anxiety takes mental resources simply by existing, and facing it takes even more energy and resources. Anxiety can strike at any time, in varying degrees of intensity, so it is essential to look for ways to limit the effects of anxiety. The more prepared you are to cope with anxiety and stress, the easier you will be able to concentrate.
It is very common that stress manifests itself physically. When one is stressed or anxious about something, one can subconsciously contract certain muscles or support our weight in an unnatural position. This causes knots in the joints or tense muscles. For example, stress can manifest itself by causing pain and inflammation in the muscles.
The intensity of the pain is directly related to the level of stress and anxiety of the person. Stretches and massages can effectively relieve the discomfort associated with anxiety. If you do not take steps to treat pain or inflammation, it will become a source of anxiety and stress.
Want sugar or starchy foods
The consumption of these foods causes a temporary reaction similar to opiates. This temporary relief causes a craving for sweet foods when you are very anxious. The “crash” that occurs after eating these foods aggravates the mental and emotional state of the person. Sugar and starch are also inflammatory foods, which is not ideal for the body.
Mood swings and irritability
When one suffers from anxiety, one is automatically subjected to mood swings. The intensity of these mood swings depends on the person and his situation. When someone has less patience and concentration, he breaks down faster. You can be very tired mentally. Chemically, the brain is in a state of flux and change.
An anxious person is very often on the nerves and uncertain. She can go very well for a moment, but the situation will change and when that happens she will lose her sanity. It’s important to remember that mental anxiety triggers depression, obsession, and everything else. It opens the way for the manifestation of many different mental and emotional formations.
Anxiety and all the feelings it inspires, is enough to tire a person. Not only mentally but also physically. Chemically, anxiety causes a fight or flight reaction of the adrenal glands. When these glands have spent their hormone stores, they lose their effectiveness in balancing the body and mind.
A common symptom of anxiety is frequent headaches. They can vary in intensity, ranging from discomfort to migraine. The chemical exchange that anxiety triggers is enough to cause headaches. High stress levels are common reactions to anxiety. Stress causes muscle tension in the muscles around the neck, spine, and head, especially around the temples. This adds to the environment that causes headaches.
Sleeping well becomes more difficult for most people, and people with chronic anxiety have even more trouble sleeping well. When one is anxious, one has the impression that it is impossible to relax and find rest. In the fight for meaningful rest, it is common to get angry or stressed during a lack of sleep.
Meditation, therapy and medications are the most direct way to treat insomnia. The problem is compounded when a person can not get deep sleep. Most people think that the more a person feels tired the easier it will fall asleep. If the source of anxiety is not treated, they will not be able to rest and become crazy and weird.