Anxiety: 5 Signs Showing That You Are In Trouble

Posted under I am Always Late on Monday 29 August 2011 at 1:54 pm

Anxiety is one of the basic human emotions which all of us experience quite regularly, to one or another degree, of course. Just like most of other emotions we, humans, experience, anxiety can turn into something that does more harm than good. In particular, excessive excitement and anxiety are considered among the most common reasons for being always late and too distracted. In the most severe forms, anxiety must be understood as a psychological disorder which should be treated and controlled otherwise it can bring to quite hard and harmful consequences.

Anxiety DisorderThose who think that they experience anxiety too often should not leave the problem unattended and check up with a medical specialist to be sure that the problem hasn’t grown into a real anxiety disorder. Below, you can see a list of easy hints on how to figure out whether your anxiety has become a disorder or not.

1. Your anxiety is rather chronic than occasional. Constant or frequent anxiety can be a sign of serious problems, and if you notice that you constantly worry through the day about the things you’re doing or experiencing, it can be the time to see a specialist.

2. Avoidance can be also a sign in increasing anxiety and related problems. Avoiding things, events, places or activities is considered to be a natural reaction on anxiety disorders. For example, it can be related to some certain fears or phobias, which accompany anxiety disorders very often.

3. A lack of proper social life. Undoubtedly, fears and anxiety have a great influence on our social life, but when anxiety grows into something that pushes a person to isolation and breaking down most of the relationships, it is a clear sign of anxiety disorders. If your friendships and other close relationships are in danger due to your constant anxiety, it is a bad warning sign.

4. Poor performance at work. Sometimes anxiety can interfere and influence the things we’re doing in the offices, in schools and in our life. It is obvious that when your anxiety affects your performance and does not allow you be successful in anything, this emotion should be considered causing disorder.

5. Feeling anxiety even in the most usual and non-dangerous situations. This is the most powerful and indicative sign, because usually we experience anxiety in critical situations, often related to danger or very high importance. If you began noticing that your anxiety follows you even in very simple and usual situations, which are not related to danger at all, this can be a clear sign of anxiety disorder.

1 Comment

  1. Comment by Katie — September 22, 2011 @ 1:29 pm

    I have an anxiety, or panic, disorder and I am chronically late. I’ve always wondered whether my disorder has something to do with it. I had thought that maybe the medication I take made me feel less remorse about being late, but now I’m thinking it’s really part of my condition and not a side effect from the prescription. Thank you!

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