Common symptoms of anxiety in men include an increased heart rate, trembling, sweating and rapid breathing, according to Mayo Clinic. Men with anxiety may also feel nervous, powerless, weak or tired and have a sense of panic, impending danger or doom.
The symptoms of anxiety are similar for both men and women, explains Mayo Clinic. Individuals with anxiety may be consumed with worry and have trouble concentrating. Generalized anxiety disorders cause people to worry excessively about ordinary, routine issues and activities and events. The worry is often difficult to control and interferes with the daily routine and concentration.
Men who experience panic attacks with anxiety feel intense fear or terror that can cause shortness of breath, chest pains or heart palpitations, according to Mayo Clinic. Social anxiety provokes fear of social situations and causes individuals to avoid socializing due to embarrassment or self-consciousness about being judged negatively by others.
Certain anxiety disorders can interfere with a person's ability to speak or interact with others, explains Mayo Clinic. Specific phobias can also cause anxiety in relation to a situation or a specific object that the individual fears. A substance-induced anxiety results in panic attacks when facing withdrawal from drugs, medications or toxic substances.