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Anxiety neurosis is one of the most common forms of psychoneurosis. It is a series of symptoms due to faulty adaptation of stress. This type of anxiety involves distress but lacks delusion and hallucinations. Many people have extreme anxiety and panic in situations that they feel are beyond their control. The symptoms are discussed further below…

Anxiety neurosis is caused by an irrational fear, imagined danger, and an inability to deal with the daily stress and strain of life. There are also many other causes.

Anxiety neurosis is a result of the mental system, the physical system, and the behavioral system all working in conjunction. When suffering from anxiety, our mental system tells us that there is danger and alerts our “fight or flight” response. Our physical system then responds with varying physical symptoms such as the ones listed below. After the physical symptoms of anxiety kick in, the behavioral system responds to the fight or flight response. This is when people feel the overwhelming urge to escape the situation in which they are experiencing their anxiety.

There are many different symptoms of anxiety neurosis. These symptoms will vary between patients and the severity of this disorder will also range between patients. Anxiety neurosis often strikes out of the blue and without warning. Some people even feel symptoms while relaxed or asleep.

Some common symptoms include:

  • Feelings of confinement
  • Feelings of alternating hope and despair
  • Feelings of suspense
  • Feelings of impending doom
  • Helplessness
  • Panic
  • Fear
  • Fear of future anxiety
  • Feelings of threat
  • Tightness in throat
  • Phobic avoidance
  • Low sense of self-worth
  • Chest pain or discomfort
  • Shortness of breath
  • Racing heart
  • Mental unrest
  • Impulsive and Compulsive Acts
  • Negativity and cynicism
  • Tension
  • Pupil dilation
  • Sweating
  • Nausea
  • Dizziness, lightheadedness
  • Mental confusion
  • Numbness, tingling sensations
  • Dry mouth
  • Diarrhea
  • Loss of appetite
  • Insomnia
  • Lethargy
  • Increased blood pressure
  • Anger
  • Repetition of thoughts and obsession
  • Decrease in libido
  • Irritability
  • Unpleasant or disturbing thoughts
  • Sadness or depression

All of these are symptoms of anxiety neurosis but can also be symptoms of a more serious condition. If you suffer with any of these symptoms, it is advisable that you visit your doctor to get a full diagnosis.

Because of the somewhat addictive nature of many anxiety medications, many people are turning to homeopathy for generalized anxiety disorder treatment. Using homeopathy for anxiety treatment helps the body, mind, and soul learn how to heal the complex problems that lead to anxiety, without invasive drugs.