What Causes Situational Anxiety?

Situational anxiety is a form of anxiety caused by new, unfamiliar, or stressful situations. Before an important presentation or job interview, you may experience a racing heart, sweaty palms, and shallow breathing.
Unfortunately, it can cause us to avoid situations, limiting our ability to live to the fullest. However, you can recognize its signs and learn how to cope with situational anxiety.
Some common causes include:
  • New situations.
  • Negative experiences.
  • Having an anxiety disorder.
Stay tuned to learn some coping strategies. Or ask for help or advice by scheduling an appointment with Rostyslav Shemechko by contacting him at 647-866-9061 or info@shemechko.com.
Source: Verywell Health
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