Anxiety is excessive, persistent fear or worry in non-threatening situations. The causes of anxiety aren’t always clear and they can be different from person to person. Genetic and environmental factors can both play a part, as can conditioned responses and limiting beliefs that were developed in childhood. Anxiety can come from specific triggers, like flying in an airplane or speaking in public, or manifest in generalized fear and worry about small, everyday triggers.
Anxiety can also manifest in a number of different ways such as shortness of breath, sweating, sleep problems, muscle tension and tremors. Those who have persistent anxiety can have trouble concentrating, have an impending sense of disaster and feel jumpy or restless.
From the manual "Mutualizm," you will learn how to identify the causes of your anxiety and effectively eliminate them.
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