How To Manage Anxiety in Daily Life

2. Brain Chemistry:

  • Imbalances in neurotransmitters, such as serotonin and dopamine, may contribute to anxiety.

3. Personality:

  • Individuals with certain personality traits, such as perfectionism or a tendency to worry, may be more prone to anxiety.

4. Medical Conditions:

  • Certain medical conditions, such as chronic illnesses or hormonal imbalances, can contribute to anxiety symptoms.

5. Environmental Factors:

  • Stressful life events, trauma, or significant life changes can trigger or exacerbate anxiety.

Written by Cassandra Williams

Cassandra Williams is a Senior Editing Manager at A2ZHealthy