To be a woman in today’s day and age means you’re juggling many different roles. They are mothers, chefs, teachers, sisters, partners and the list goes on and on. With all of these different roles a woman today has, the pressures in everyday life can easily add up. The problem comes when the stress and worry continues for a long period of time. When this happens women can, and do start experiencing symptoms of anxiety regularly.
At this point developing an anxiety disorder can become very common, and when your body experiences these symptoms of anxiety the brain secretes a hormone called adrenaline. This generally prepares you to either stand your ground and fight, or run away. Quite primitive don’t you think?
“It’s one of those areas of your body that has not evolved much at all.”
Women generally tend to have more of a volatile mix of hormones in their bodies at any given time than what men do. The brain also secretes a natural hormone commonly known as serotonin. Serotonin is a hormone that is responsible for the increased feelings of peace, calm, and relaxation. There are times when our bodies don’t produce enough seratonin in order for everything to move smoothly and in balance. When this occurs people become much more prone to anxious feelings and symptoms of anxiety.
Symotoms of anxiety in men and women are actually incredibly similar and can easily be broken down into two areas:
Physical Symptoms Of Anxiety:
- Chest pain and a tightness feeling in the chest
- Tingling feelings in the feet and hands
- Stomach pain and indegestion
- Tremors that may feel uncontrollable
- Cold sweats
- Constant dizziness
- General tiredness
- Constant change in sleep patterns
- Muscle cramps
- Elevated blood pressure
Psychological Symptoms Of Anxiety:
- Feelings of being cut off and alienated from rest of society
- A deep sense that something awful is about to happen
- A constant fear of death
- The loss of the ability to concentrate due to constant worry and tension
It’s quite common for women to go from day to day in a state of lower-grade anxiety most of the time.
The important thing for women is to be aware of where their anxiety levels are, and to become prepared to take action
through proven natural tools that have worked for others and gain control over their symptoms of anxiety once and for all. This should be an important part of any women’s health management system. But being out of touch with feelings and well-being can be very common for women due to how busy their lives can be.
The feelings of heightened anxiety, and the symptoms of anxiety that accompany this feeling can actually begin to be normal as they carry on with their daily lives.
“If this is you, at some stage something will break you down mentally and emotionally.”
Make sure that you keep track of your condition before you get to that stage. If symptoms of anxiety and mental exhaustion from anxiety becomes too much, the End The Anxiety Program can begin reversing the feelings of feeling extremely sensitized, and all it takes is a little will-power on your part as well as a recognization that you no longer want to live a life filled with just ‘getting by’ and coping with anxiety.