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Sweaty palms, nail biting and pacing back and forth in your room are all habits
you’re probably already familiar with when you have anxiety.
But our bodies also have a surprising way of doing strange things when we worry.
并且 在烦恼时 我们身体的做事方式十分奇怪
Sometimes, the unconventional route is also an uncomfortable one.
Here are 6 weird things anxiety causes you to do.
No.1 You have ice cold hands and feet.
And Marie Alfano, an associate professor of medical psychology
at Columbia University Medical Center states
when you’re anxious, your blood flow is redirected away from your extremities
and towards your larger organs in your torso.
This is why it makes it hard for your blood to circulate.
Well, that keeps your hands and feet warm.
When you feel as though you might be in danger, your body enters
the fight-or-flight mode to prepare yourself to survive.
Unfortunately, anxiety isn’t rational and causes you to feel this often.
No.2 You experience gas problems and frequent urination.
Sounds embarrassing, right?
But, this is unfortunately true.
Being anxious causes you to have an overactive gut.
Albano states gas is created when the acid in your stomach is churning,
while nervousness runs throughout your body.
When you’re anxious, you may also be prone to eating and drinking too quickly.
Frequent urination is commonly experienced too.
When you’re anxious, your muscles tense up
and your body puts pressure on areas, such as your bladder and abdomen
that makes you one of urine more.
Although these experiences sound uncomfortable,
they’re nothing to be ashamed of.
If you’re concerned, you can talk to your doctor about solutions to these symptoms.
We hope that by talking about anxiety, people can be more accepting of it.
Please be sure to also check out our video.
13 Things People Don’t Realize You Do Because of Your Anxiety.
To stay educated on the matter.
No.3 You catch yourself yawning a lot.
Albano states some individuals especially with generalized anxiety or panic
tend to breathe more rapidly than the average person.
As a result, rapid breathing tricks the brain into thinking you need more oxygen,
which causes you to take deep inhales.
So the next time, someone thinks you’re yawning,
because you’re bored or tired,
inform them that it could be anxiety.
No.4 You get rashes on your skin.
Anxiety can give you an uncomfortable itch metaphorically and physically.
Albano states that being anxious can frequently cause you to experience
skin allergies and problems, such as eczema.
That’s because when people find themselves highly stressed,
extra cortisol, which is the stress hormone, rushes through the bloodstream.
额外的皮质醇 一种应激激素 会快速通过血流
As a result, the skin starts to feel irritated and rashes begin to develop.
If you experience this issue often,
we advise you to talk to your doctor about ways to alleviate it.
No.5 You often space out and have trouble concentrating.
第五 你常常会走神 而且很难集中注意力
Entering a dream light state sounds relaxing,
and even ideal for escaping your troubles.
But, having severe anxiety can cause you to have out-of-body experiences.
When things start to feel too overwhelming,
you may find that everything around you feels unreal,
including the body that you’re in.
This is because of the fight-or-flight mode you enter,
which prepares you to deal with the current issue by eliminating stimuli nearby.
That’s too much for you to handle.
No.6 You hear phantom rings.
And you have anxiety, you may constantly be sitting on edge
and anticipating something.
One of those events, may be a phone call or text message
from somebody you’ve been waiting to hear back from.
As a result, you may hear your phone ring or buzz,
only to check it and find the sound was all in your head.
Researchers call this phenomenon ringxiety or phantom ringing.
For instance, people in a relationship with high anxiety
may also develop a strong attachment to the partner.
So, if they’re worried their partner isn’t as committed,
they may expect the worst and think they’re talking to someone else.
To reduce phantom ringing,
it’s important to talk about the anxieties you have with your partner.
It may also be wise to disconnect for a while and embrace nature instead.
Does anxiety cause you to do these strange things?
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