Anxiety refers to persistent and excessive feelings of anxiety or uneasiness about daily situations or the future. These excessive worries cause a person to constantly create backup plans or prepare for the worst-case scenarios. Anxiety can bring about physical symptoms such as increased heart rate, shortness of breath and dizziness. A highly anxious person are prone to catastrophic thinking, thus restricting their daily activities to reduce their anxiety level. Their restricted activities could isolate themselves from their social network which may contribute to depressive feelings.
People experience anxiety and other emotions after a major event in society, and some even suffer from post-traumatic stress disorder.
During Lunar New Year, the joyous ambience may lead to desolation and even depression. Psychological counsellor Fiona stated that traditional women may be more stressed.
The traumatic is a common post-traumatic stress disorder that could not be relieved and even worsened, and he had to seek help from a psychological counsellor.
Some are repeatedly traumatized over a period of time, while others are long-distanced, evoked for no reason, and have Post-Trauma Stress Disorder.
Common physical discomforts people complain about are — tiredness, headache, dizziness, muscle pains, stomach pains, chest pains, feeling weak in parts of body, and insomnia.