Anxiety comes in many forms, such as social anxiety, generalized anxiety, panic, or even phobias. People who experience Social Anxiety often feel negatively judged by others, which can lead to feeling inferior, inadequate, and embarrassed. It may also be difficult for those with social anxiety to be in public or around others resulting in avoidance of social situations.
Those who struggle with Generalized Anxiety have ongoing worry and tension, and tend to see worries and problems in every situation. Irritability, muscle tension, and trouble concentrating are additional symptoms of generalized anxiety.
Panic attacks are frequently experienced as intense worry or fear within minutes that might involve choking sensations, trouble breathing, sweating, and rapid heartbeat. People who experience panic typically have recurrent worries about having another panic attack and avoid situations that they think might trigger another.