Being Friends with Anxiety

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  • Dizziness
  • Insomnia
  • Forgetting things easily
  • Headache
  • Unstable Weight
  • Constantly feeling restless
  • Feeling like something is stuck in my throat

What Is Anxiety?

According to MedicineNet, anxiety can be described as the response to a future or possible threat.

The Start of My Anxiety Disorder

When I first started having anxiety attacks, I really didn’t know what was happening — my heart just started beating very fast, I felt a lump in my throat, I felt like I’m going to lose consciousness and then suddenly, I couldn’t breathe.

Befriending My Anxiety

I have an anxiety disorder for almost ten years now. I used to think that fighting it was the only way to handle my anxieties.

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Content Writer // Likes to toast in the sun 🌞// @leoserafico on IG