A common disorder that can be difficult to diagnose, because the symptoms are relatively unfocused; nervousness is low-key and chronic, and there are no panic attacks. If you have this disorder you are always thinking and dwelling on “what if” for every situation. You can feel trapped in a cycle of anxiety and worry. One often becomes depressed about life and your inability to stop worrying.
If you suffer from this you can become immobilized by the inability to turn off your mind, and the relentless feelings of worry, dread, and fatigue. These feelings of anxiety and accompanying mood swings are a pattern that severely disrupts your quality of life.
Along with these feelings there can also be physical symptoms including headaches, irritability, frustration, inability to concentrate, and difficulty sleeping.