Irritability and Anxiety
Head | Psychiatry | Irritability and Anxiety (Symptom)
Anxiety is a psychological condition with cognitive, somatic, emotional, and behavioral components. Anxiety is considered to be a normal reaction to a stressor. Anxiety disorders are a group of issues including: generalized anxiety, social phobia, specific phobias such as fear of insects, fear of open or closed spaces, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and post-traumatic stress.
Stress can come from any event or thought that makes the person feel frustrated, angry or nervous. Anxiety is a feeling of fear, anxiety and worry. The source of these symptoms is not always known.
Stress is a normal feeling. In small doses, stress can help get things done. Stress does not affect everyone the same way. Many people feel the symptoms of stress in your body, you can, for example, have abdominal pain, headaches and muscle tension or pain.
When a person is much stressed, he or she may notice the increased heart rate, rapid breathing, sweating, trembling or dizziness. Other symptoms include: loose stools, frequent urination, dry mouth and difficulty swallowing
Difficulty concentrating, feeling tired most of the time, or lose your temper more often may appear in case of irritability and anxiety. Stress can also cause sexual problems. It can also cause problems falling or staying asleep. Many people have stress when you have to adapt or change.