Anxiety is a regular human response, and it serves an imperative living capacity: It's a caution framework that is actuated at whatever point we see risk or a danger. At the point when the body and psyche respond, we can feel physical sensations, in the same way as tipsiness, a quick pulse, trouble breathing, and sweaty or unstable hands and feet. These sensations are called the battle flight reaction are brought on by a surge of adrenaline and different anxiety hormones that set up the body to make a fast getaway or "flight" from risk. The battle flight reaction happens quickly. Anyway it typically takes a couple of seconds longer for the reasoning some piece of the mind (the cortex) to process the circumstances and assess whether the risk is true, and assuming this is the case, how to handle it.
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Last date updated on June, 2014