There are many ways to describe anxiety. Some refer to it as butterflies in the stomach. Some call it sweating bullets. Nervous. Jittery. Restless. Overwrought.
Whatever descriptors you use, however, anxiety can cause you to suffer in a variety of ways, including sweating, nausea, elevated heart rate, palpitations, insomnia, fatigue, irritability, inability to focus, muscle tension, and more. This can disrupt your life and cause you even greater anxiety, becoming a vicious cycle.
You don’t have to go on suffering the symptoms of anxiety, though. There are several strategies you can employ to reduce and even stop anxiety. Here are a few you may want to try.