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Anxiety is the body’s natural response to stress. It is the feeling of fear and apprehension about what’s to come. Everything which can make a change in you can produce anxiety. It can be your first day of the school, joining a new job etc. Sometimes it can be caused by a combination of things, including changes in the brain, environmental stress and even the problems of the gene can affect this anxiety. Anxiety feelings will be different in different people. For some persons it will come and go like any other emotions. But for the rest it will feel horrible. They even feel that they are standing in the middle of a crumbling building. You may even feel some flies are occupying in your stomach. Your heart sometimes might be ricing. Your tongue may slip off. You may feel that your thoughts had tied up. You may have a general feeling of worry and fear. The physical symptoms of anxiety include, Increased heart rate, difficulty in concentrating, restlessness, rapid breathing, trouble falling asleep.
Once upon a time in a small village there was a cave. The villagers believed that those who enters the cave will not come back; because of this fear and anxiety nobody tried to enter the cave. But those who wanted to end up their life used to enter the cave. One day a man from a nearby village came to that village and he accidentally came nearby cave and the villagers explained about its dangers. He never felt anxiety and fear in the situation, but he felt a curiosity to enter the cave. At that night he entered that cave silently without acknowledging the others about his steps. After entering the darkness he saw a dim light of a lamp from inner caves. He slowly walked towards that lamp and he became wondered. He saw a lot of gold and other valuables in that cave and there was another opening in the cave which lead to a beautiful village.
This story tells us that if we can overcome our anxiety and fear we can achieve a more beautiful and prosperous life. For a more detailed version you can go to the most frequently updated site LivingInWellbeing