– Don’t get tired quickly,
– Rapid depletion of physical and emotional energy,
– muscle contraction,
– Back and shoulder pain,
– Tension-type headache,
– sleep problems,
– Easy sweating,
– Frequent urination
– dry mouth
If you are experiencing the above symptoms frequently when a physical cause cannot be found, I suggest you look at the source of the problem from a different window.
Generalized Anxiety Disorder is defined as experiencing marked anxiety, worry, and apprehension about daily events (health, work, financial matters, relationships, etc.) and this condition persists for at least 6 months.
Characteristics of Individuals with Pervasive Anxiety Disorder
– Gathering more information about a task before doing it with the aim of making it error-free
-Do not check their work over and over again.
-Procrastination (Because they are too tired before and during doing a job)
-Don’t be too hurt in the face of criticism
-Questioning a decision right after making that decision,
-Seeking reassurance, not needing the approval of others.
-Controlling (want to do everything himself, gets restless when he gives work to someone else)
-Failure to concentrate due to anxiety and worry, concentration disorder.
Overreacting to small things (too much fear, too much avoidance, outburst of anger)
-Constant irritability, inability to relax
– Inability to sleep because of worries.
The most common physical manifestation in individuals with Generalized Anxiety Disorder is fatigue. Since they are very detail-oriented, anxious and anxious, their physical and emotional energies are quickly exhausted. Physically, muscle contraction, back and shoulder pain, tension-type headache, sleep problems, easy sweating, frequent urination, dry mouth can be seen. In addition to digestive system problems such as nausea, difficulty in swallowing, diarrhea, irritable bowel syndrome, it may predispose to chest pain and cardiovascular disorders.
If you think you are showing these symptoms, it is time to seek psychotherapy support. Please give yourself the opportunity to see that a better life is possible with support.