Anxiety is a very common problem in the modern life. Studies show that more women than men appear to suffer from it, may well be that less men seeking for help therefore affecting the statistics.
Anxiety can be also acute or chronic. Acute anxiety often establishes in panic attacks, during the time the sufferer cannot think clearly and is overwhelmed by feelings of lost.
Symptoms associated with anxiety:
Fainting, loss of balance, dizziness
Tightness of breath, or difficulty breathing
Chronic anxiety is less severe or acute i.e. it doesn’t usually initiate dizziness, panic attacks etc, but then again is always in the back of a someone’s mind and leaves sufferers feeling very fatigued and apathetic.