Everyone feels scared from time to time. Fortunately, because fear warns us against danger. For example, you are started if you smell a burning smell. Your body is getting ready to take action in order for you to quickly put out the fire or escape, if necessary. This is a healthy response.
But what if you feel anxious in situations where everyone actually agrees that there is no real danger and or threat? For example, when you are having a conversation or when you are alone outside. Or you are constantly terribly worried about anything and everything. Then this fear can get in your way.
If you regularly suffer from various characteristics of anxiety that cause problems in your daily life or at work, you may have an anxiety disorder. The diagnosis is made by a qualified practitioner, such as a mental health psychologist or psychiatrist.
For advice contact Emotus psychology practice.