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Anxiety

guy with arms crossed South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation TrustEveryone feels anxious from time to time. It is the worry, concern, uncertainty, tension and even fear that you notice when something is stressing you out. As well as affecting the way you think, anxiety also has an impact on your body. It can make you sweat, push your heart rate up or make you feel sick.

Anxiety is not a problem unless it begins to interfere with your everyday life. If you feel anxious all the time, or if your body’s reaction is very severe, there are things you can do to help.

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