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    I'm so confused. I looked up anxiety symptoms and I check a lot of the boxes...though its not a constant thing. I might have one symptom one day and another on a different day. :confused: The only thing i do catch myself doing is clenching my jaw and that's only when i'm
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    I think everyone experiences some feelings of anxiety, which may increase or decrease at times. I think there are also different levels of anxiety, which vary across people, so some things may make you more anxious than other things or there may be some situations you find make you anxious that others don't. It's just about knowing what levels of anxiety feel normal for you and when things are feeling too much. I wouldn't say there is anything to worry about if you are occasionally experiencing symptoms of anxiety, it's when it becomes a constant thing and starts to impact your life where you might need to step back and re-evaluate whats going on for you.

    If you are worried, try and think about what it is that has brought on these feelings of anxiety and try and think what you could do to make the situation feel better or even just trying to step back and think about the situation as if you weren't in it might help you gain better perspective.

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    (Original post by shuttermagic)

    If you are worried, try and think about what it is that has brought on these feelings of anxiety and try and think what you could do to make the situation feel better or even just trying to step back and think about the situation as if you weren't in it might help you gain better perspective.

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    Good plan, good plan
 
 
 
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