Public talking is probably the number one cause for anxiety attack symptoms that everyone has felt. When was your last experience in presenting something or giving a speech? Do you feel agitated just thinking about it? It is easy for you to recall those feelings. You might have felt nauseous, weak, forgotten your materials, and wanted to get away from the situation. Those feelings are typical of an anxiety attack.
The majority of people will have something happen that can lead to anxiety attack symptoms. A person’s relatively normal apprehension about public talking might increase to the point where he experiences anxiety attack symptoms whenever he has to speak in public. This might lead to him having similar symptoms when speaking is involved in any situation, from business phone calls, to speaking in small groups or talking with coworkers. This escalation of symptoms might have a serious impact on his career.
If an individual is experiencing anxiety-related career issues, he might have symptoms while commuting to the office. This might then cause him to try to avoid driving at any time, not only when en route to work. During a social conversation, if someone brings up his job, he may also develop anxiety attack symptoms, and that might cause him to avoid social situations.
All of us have suffered from anxiety attack symptoms of varying degrees. Quite a few people only experience anxiety attack symptoms in certain types of situations. Often it is something that’s disliked or feared for some reason, like making a speech, dealing with insects or having to deal with heights. For most people, a specific stimulus or situation triggers anxiety attacks.
For some, anxiety attack symptoms will only arise when faced with an item that they don’t like. It could be things like spiders, climbing a ladder, or public speaking. There are even some people who will get similar anxiety attack symptoms if they’re shown a book or magazine that includes photos of spiders in books, videos, or movies, or even just listening to another individual tell a story about a spider.
People who have a very high level of anxiety have discovered that there are lots of things that can touch off anxiety attack symptoms that then get out of control. One anxiety trigger often leads to more. Anxiety triggers will often set off even more triggers and this is a serious problem for those with anxiety attack symptoms. Discuss you anxiety attack symptoms with your doctor or therapist. He or she can provide help to you. Anxiety is a very common disorder that most people don’t realize is a treatable disorder and there’s no need to suffer alone.