Are you looking for symptoms of anxiety? Then this is the place to be. Whether you are looking for yourself because you think you might have an anxiety disorder or if you are looking for information for someone else, this is where you can ask your questions. Symptoms of anxiety are actually the same in different anxiety disorders. This means that there are likely to be just small differences from anxiety disorder to anxiety disorder, but that the reaction to anxiety is the same, independent of the type of anxiety disorder. People namely respond in the same way to anxiety, because this response is triggered by our brain. You could therefore say that the symptoms of anxiety are sort of set in stone. Below we describe the symptoms of anxiety, what you can do to deal with your anxiety, and where you can take an anxiety test, to see to what extent you suffer from anxiety.

Symptoms of anxiety?

In symptoms of anxiety, there are two main groups of symptoms. The first group of symptoms is the physical symptom group. This means that you have physical symptoms of anxiety. Examples of these are starting to sweat, your heart rate going up, your muscles starting to tense up, your breathing becoming more shallow,--- The other group of symptoms is the group of mental symptoms, meaning the symptoms of the mind. When you experience anxiety, you can have the feeling that you are not in control over the situation or what happens to you anymore. Furthermore, many people have the feeling that they are looking at what is happening to them from the perspective of an outsider.

Symptoms of anxiety? Treatment of anxiety!

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Symptoms of anxiety? Take the anxiety test!

Would you like to know to what extent anxiety is present in you? Then take the free anxiety test here, which tells you which symptoms of anxiety are applicable to you!