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Anxiety is a physiological reaction your body has to a perceived fear that is excessive and/or irrational. Anxiety is actually an adaptive response that allows us to avoid danger. Unfortunately, in today’s world our bodies continue to react this way even if there isn’t actually a physical threat to our safety and this reaction can leave us feeling like things are beyond our control. However, a small amount of anxiety is actually useful, as it allows us to perform at a higher level.


Some symptoms of anxiety can include:

- Chest tightness

- Sweating

- Heart racing/dizziness

- Nausea

- Shaking

- Racing thoughts

There are a number of types of anxiety disorders, including:

- Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

- Social Anxiety

- Generalized Anxiety Disorder

- Panic Disorder

- Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

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