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Anxiety is a normal reaction that happens to everyone at times of danger or in worrying situations. Most people will feel anxious before an interview, going into hospital or starting a new job. In these cases your sleep, appetite and ability to concentrate can be affected. Anxiety can have physical symptoms such as shallow breathing, becoming hot and muscle tension. If everything goes well, the anxiety usually goes away but sometimes it can persist for longer. Anxiety can be the result of experiencing stress over a long period of time. There are some signs to watch out for that may indicate that anxiety or stress has become a problem. These include:

  • When the symptoms are unpleasant and severe
  • When it has been going on a long time
  • When you are very worried about something but there doesn’t seem to be a reason for it
  • When it is affecting your day to day life and interfering with what you want to do

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