If you experience anxiety, ask yourself this:
Here are some signs that worry might be problematic in your life:
Chronically on alert and thinking about potential future dangers or threats.
Consistently making negative predictions about the future.
Tend to overestimate the likelihood that something bad will happen.
Repeat worried thoughts over and over again in your head.
How can I tell if my anxiety is normal?
Anxiety is problematic when it is constant and goes unresolved, interfering with your lifestyle and relationships. An anxiety disorder can keep a person from coping with life’s ups and downs and make a person feel anxious most of the time, sometimes without any identifiable cause.
If this sounds like your current experience with anxiety, perhaps it’s time to change your relationship with anxiety by altering your perspective on it.
You don’t have to go it alone. Seeking professional care for your anxiety can provide hope and clarity on how to best navigate it.