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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 p... More »

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The symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome, or IBS, in women varies because each individual has different symptoms, but the main symptoms include abdominal pain, abdominal cramping, a bloated stomach, diarrhea, constipatio... More »

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Some symptoms of alcoholism include inability to limit amount of alcohol intake, drinking alone or in private, irritability when usual time for drinking nears and legal or financial problems. Individuals that drink too m... More »

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Certain experiences, medical conditions or medications may cause anxiety, the symptoms of which include feeling nervous or powerless, an increased heart rate, rapid breathing and sweating, states Mayo Clinic. Anxiety oft... More »

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Although symptoms of anxiety vary based on the type of anxiety disorder being experienced, anxiety usually manifests as feelings of fear, uneasiness or panic; problems falling asleep or staying asleep; sweaty hands and f... More »

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Symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder in adults include unwanted, persistent and repeated images or urges that cause anxiety or stress or feeling the need to perform repetitive behaviors, according to Mayo Clinic. Ro... More »

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Strategies to ease anxiety include listening to music; having a massage; practicing yoga, meditation, deep breathing or other relaxation techniques; or talking to a trusted friend, loved one or professional therapist, re... More »

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