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We all get anxious sometimes. People worry about what might happen next. You may have a restless night. There is an unpleasant feeling inside like being threatened or losing control. Anxious people can become preoccupied with their condition, thereby creating more anxiety. Even if the fear is mild, it is usually accompanied by terrifying visions of the future.  Anxiety and depression are often associated with emotional experiences. People who suffer from anxiety often experience trembling, anxious facial expressions, increased sweating, and muscle tension, especially in the face, neck, and jaw. 

Additionally, people who suffer from anxiety often complain of increased body aches and pains, especially headaches and back pain. People with anxiety disorders may also experience restlessness, fatigue, problems with concentration, irritability, and insomnia. In addition, these people worry about various events such as health, financial problems, rejection, achievements, etc., and find it difficult to control them. Many people with anxiety feel that they are "out of control." Worried people often believe that by worrying, they can prevent surprises, or that worrying can prepare them for the worst outcome (e.g., "What if...").

Approximately 15% of the population suffers from clinical anxiety, with women twice as likely to develop this condition compared to men. This is a chronic disease, and we see that many people have been "worriers'' throughout their lives. In particular, many people with anxiety disorders also suffer from a variety of other issues, including phobias, depression, irritable bowel syndrome, and relationship problems.

People with anxiety disorders typically report experiencing more recent stressors in their lives (e.g., conflicts with others, job changes, additional demands, etc.) than people without anxiety disorders. doing. They may also not be able to effectively solve everyday problems and may have personal conflicts that prevent them from acting as proactively or effectively as they should.

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