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Anxiety

Anxiety can be normal in stressful situations such as public speaking or taking a test.

Anxiety is only an indicator of underlying disease when feelings become excessive, all-consuming and interfere with daily living.

Anxiety is when those feelings don't go away, they're extreme for the situation, and you can't seem to control them. When anxiety is severe or there all the time, it makes it hard to cope with daily life.

The feelings: are quite intense. last for weeks, months or can keep going up and down over many years.

Physical activity, a healthy diet, regular sleep and relaxation exercises may all help to reduce anxiety.

Joining a support group may also help. To manage symptoms effectively, it's best to avoid caffeine, alcohol and nicotine.

If symptoms persist seek medical advice 

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