9 Things No One Tells You About Anxiety

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As someone with a history of anxiety and especially social anxiety, one of the biggest things people underestimate is how much it leads you to distrust and disconnect with yourself.

When you find everything a threat, even your own mind, thoughts, and body, disconnecting is one of the initial defense mechanisms.⁠

Sometimes, we even distract or numb ourselves too.⁠

Anxiety also creates numerous other social, physiological, and psychological effects, all of which are associated with our fight-or-flight system going into overdrive.

It’s been a long time coming, but the biggest thing that helped me with my own anxiety recovery is to feel it, accept it, let it pass, and move on with my day.⁠

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9 Things No One Tells You About Anxiety

1. Going Bathroom Frequently:

How badly it increases your frequency of going to the bathroom to pee and poo and how annoying it can get

2. Disconnect with Yourself:

How it makes you distrust your own gut feeling and intuition and disconnects you from yourself

3. Physically Painful:

How physically painful it can get from chest pains to headaches and tummy aches

4. Suspicious:

How suspicious it makes you of other people’s intentions even when they’re perfectly safe

5. Feel Sorrow:

The sorrow you feel when you realize just how much time and happiness you’ve lost from being anxious

6. feel Performance:

How it makes every Conversation feel like a performance as if you’re not yourself

7. Make your Ping-Pong:

How anxiety makes you ping-pong between seeking reassurance and creating distance with the people you love

8. Feeling Lonely:

How lonely it can get when you can’t share your worries and fears because you don’t want to ruin the mood

9. Tiring of Anxiety:

How tiring anxiety can make you feel but you just can’t catch a break?

9 Things No One Tells You About Anxiety

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So in This Post, 9 Things No One Tells You About Anxiety. What other points can you think of/have experienced? Let me know in the comments.

If you found this helpful or feel free to share your experience if you can relate to these points and if you are comfortable to share

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