• Anxiety appears abruptly and suddenly, and you can feel: fear, palpitations, tremor, feeling of suffocation or shortness of breath, chest pain, dizziness.
• Anxiety appears when you think about something permanently or when you do something repeatedly, for example: washing your hands, arrange objects, verify the gas valve is locked, verify the light is off.
• Anxiety appears when you remember a traumatic event.
Besides you may have: nightmares, irritability, tendency to avoid places, situations or people that remind you of the trauma.
• Anxiety appears in daily situations (family, work, social)
Besides you may have: excessive worry, difficulty with resting, muscle tension, insecurity.
• Anxiety appears in certain situations, such as: flying, looking at cliffs, seeing blood, animals.