People with anxiety disorders frequently have intense and persistent worry and fear about everyday situations. They may show symptoms like feeling nervous, having a sense of impending danger, having an increased heart rate, sweating, trouble concentrating, having trouble sleeping.
If the anxiety interferes with your work and other parts of your life, you’d better see a doctor. To help diagnose an anxiety disorder, you may be given a psychological evaluation. Your doctor may compare your symptoms to the criteria in the DSM-5. Treatment is the combination of psychotherapy and medications.
Well, everyone feels anxious now and then. It’s just a normal emotion. Take it easy! Don’t put too much pressure on yourself, you can talk to your family members about your worries.