How Do You Know If You Have Anxiety?

You might feel uncomfortable, stressed, or nervous at times. But how do you know if you have anxiety?

Here’s how:

If you feel anxious at all, you have some form of anxiety

There is no need for a test, quiz, or diagnosis to know if you feel worried or anxious. There is no need for even asking: do I have anxiety?

If you’re feeling that way, you know it. It’s as simple as that.

At least it seems that simple. But if it really is that simple, instead of just saying I have anxiety and that’s all there is to it, why do so many people ask themselves the following question: how do I know if I have anxiety?

Seeing anxiety as a condition or disorder

If you’re wondering whether you have anxiety, you’re probably not wondering whether you feel anxious or not. If you feel anxious, you already know that!

Instead, you’re probably wondering whether you have some type of an anxiety condition or disorder. This is a very common thing to do…

But please, for your own sake, don’t do that.

Here’s why: once you go down the road of believing that you have some sort of anxiety condition or disorder, you’ll naturally believe that you have a condition that you CAN’T help and that you CAN’T do anything about.

This type of belief has an immediate, destructive impact on your life, and will naturally create a lifetime of greater anxiety for you.

Here’s how: if your mind believes that you CAN’T do anything to eliminate or reduce the anxiety you’re feeling, then your mind has NO MOTIVATION to make any changes that will eliminate (or at least reduce) the anxiety.

The result is that you’re now “stuck” with the anxiety. (Or you resort to drugs and medication, and you have to deal with side effects and your dependency on them, since you believe it’s the “only way” for you to deal with your anxiety.)

Think about what you can do to reduce feelings of anxiety

So right now, if you’re feeling anxious, know that it’s ok to feel this way. It is simply a feeling that you currently have, and is better understood as a temporary situation than some kind of permanent “disorder” or “condition” that you have to deal with.

The best question to ask yourself at this point is this: how do I get rid of these anxious feelings without drugs or medication?

The answer to this is very simple. Start changing your beliefs and perceptions, and you will begin to feel better immediately.

(I have already written about this in articles that deal with anxiety symptoms in men and how to get over social anxiety, so you can read those articles for further information on the importance of changing your beliefs and perceptions.)

Reduce and eliminate anxious feelings right now

Of course, there is a very simple, easy shortcut to reducing and eliminating any anxious feelings that you might be experiencing right now.

At you’ll find the tools that will help take you through the steps of feeling better immediately, without any waiting period.

So go visit right now, and begin feeling better and less anxious immediately.


How To Get Over Social Anxiety

Do you feel uncomfortable and stressed just thinking about some social situations?

If so, don’t worry.

Once you know how to get over social anxiety, you can eliminate (or at lease reduce) these uncomfortable feelings in a relatively fast and easy way.

Understand that anxiety about social situations is created in the mind

First of all, it’s important to understand that the anxiety you experience in social situations is created in your mind. Due to some of your current beliefs and perceptions, you naturally feel uncomfortable in some types of social situations.

Why is this important to understand?

Well, if the anxiety you feel is ultimately created in your mind, this means that you can also eliminate this anxiety in your mind by changing the beliefs and perceptions that are creating it. This makes getting over anxiety simply a matter of knowledge and effort.

Identify the main beliefs and perceptions that create social anxiety

At this point, it’s helpful for you to become aware of your personal beliefs and perceptions that are creating your feelings of social anxiety.

To get you started, here are some common beliefs and perceptions that can create social anxiety:

  1. Believing that you can’t accept or handle people not liking or approving of you
  2. Believing that you will do something to embarrass yourself, and that you can’t accept or handle being embarrassed
  3. Believing that what other people think of you is very important, and that what you think of yourself is not as important
  4. Not seeing much value in yourself, and believing that other people won’t see any value in you either
  5. Believing that social situations are “inherently” miserable, stressful situations, and that you can’t enjoy yourself socially

These are simply some typical beliefs and perceptions that can create social anxiety.

What’s important is that you become aware of your own beliefs and perceptions, as these are what you’ll want to target and change to feel better. In a nutshell, this is how to get over anxiety and be free of it forever.

Change your beliefs and perceptions and test your progress

At, you’ll find tools that make it very easy to change your beliefs and perceptions in a constructive manner.

You’ll know immediately if it’s working, due to one simple reason: you’ll feel better immediately, without any long, drawn-out waiting period. After all, the moment you eliminate and replace a belief that’s creating anxiety with a belief that creates peace and confidence, you immediately feel more comfortable, without any waiting period.

Even better, you can look forward to testing how you feel in social situations after making constructive changes in your mind, and experience the difference for yourself.

Eliminating your social anxiety faster and easier

So to recap: feelings of social anxiety are ultimately created in your mind, via stressful beliefs and perceptions. Therefore, to feel more comfortable socially, identify and replace those beliefs and perceptions with more constructive ones.

At, you’ll find the tools that will help you create this positive change even faster and easier.

So go to right now, and start feeling better in social situations immediately, without any waiting period.

Anxiety Symptoms In Men

Do you feel like you have anxiety?

In this article, you’ll learn about some common anxiety symptoms in men, as well as what you can do to reduce or eliminate such unpleasant symptoms and get rid of anxiety.

Mental and emotional symptoms of anxiety

The first important thing to understand about anxiety in men (or anxiety in anyone!) is that anxiety is created in the mind. Due to a combination of different stressful beliefs and perceptions, a person ends up feeling tormented mentally and emotionally.

This type of mental and emotional torment can be manifested as:

  1. Feeling impatient and irritable
  2. Feeling stressed and uncomfortable
  3. Feeling overwhelmed and burdened by something
  4. Feeling helpless and trapped
  5. Feeling doomed and having a sense of hopelessness

Physical symptoms of anxiety

The stressful emotions listed above will take a physical toll on your body, and in such a way they’ll contribute to creating some of the following physical symptoms:

  1. Headaches
  2. Insomnia
  3. Fatigue
  4. Chest pain
  5. Digestive issues

How anxiety symptoms snowball and become larger

With all of these symptoms anxiety grows and grows, as each of these symptoms will affect one another and will make a person feel even more anxious.

For example, if you feel stressed, uncomfortable, and overwhelmed by something, it’s very natural for you to have trouble sleeping.

Once you have trouble sleeping, you will then likely suffer from insomnia and fatigue.

Once you’re fatigued, it’s then natural for you to be more prone to feeling impatient and irritable.

And so on.

This is how more and more anxiety can build up over time, and before you know it, it can snowball into a nightmare of sorts, with each additional “symptom” of anxiety making you even more anxious and stressed than you were before.

The good news, though, is that you can take steps to reduce and eliminate anxiety in your life.

Getting rid of anxiety

The key to getting rid of anxiety is to understand how anxiety is created in the first place.

At the very beginning of this article, you learned that anxiety is created in the mind, via a combination of stressful beliefs and perceptions.

This is very helpful to know, because if anxiety is created in the mind, you can also eliminate anxiety in the mind. And this can be a lot easier to do than you think, especially once you learn how to do it.

To eliminate anxiety in your mind, you’ll want to identify the beliefs and perceptions that are contributing to your anxiety, and then systematically eliminate and replace them with beliefs and perceptions that create comfortable, peaceful feelings, instead.

And just like that – almost as if by magic – you’ll eliminate (or at least reduce) the feelings of anxiety that torment you, and all the “symptoms” of anxiety will begin disappearing as well.

 Eliminating anxiety faster and easier

But how do you systematically identify and replace those beliefs and perceptions that are creating all the anxiety in the first place?

To help you do that, I’ve developed a web application that helps you achieve this change in a fast, easy way.

Visit and you’ll be able to replace any fear and anxiety that you’re feeling with more comfortable, peaceful feelings.

Think of the application as a guide that helps walk you through all the important steps in your mind to create this type of a change. Once you take those steps, you might be surprised by how easy it is to feel a whole lot better, in almost no time at all.

So again, at this point, to reduce any fear and anxiety that you might have, visit, the fastest and easiest way to create positive changes.


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