The crazy rhythms of everyday life and the constant running to catch them all, along with endless obligations and any problems, create stress. In fact, Anxiety and its disorders are the most common mental illness in the United States.
According to the American Anxiety and Depression Association, Stress can occur in unusual ways in the body. See below three of them:
"Ringing" in the ears
Study published in Neuropsychiatric Disease & Treatment the 2015, found that people with chronic tinnitus were more likely to experience anxiety. The condition can appear as if you are feeling that your ears are clogged, with external sounds being muted.
The muscle tension from the tightening of your body when you are in a panic, can cause persistent pain, even if they do not seem to be related at all to your mental state. The ADAA says chronic pain can be a common symptom of severe stress, and Harvard Health points out that there is a link between chronic conditions such as fibromyalgia and stress., probably due to nervous problems that researchers do not yet understand.
According to relevant research, People with anxiety tend to have cold feet. When the body activates its response to stress, It also often slows down blood flow to the legs and arms, which can make you feel cold, even numb or tired.
"When we are worried, the blood is removed from unnecessary areas such as the stomach and intestines and directed to parts of the body that will increase our chances of survival ", explains the psychologist Dr.. Michael Richardson.