We all experience anxiety from time to time; whether it be because we have to sit an exam or test, attending an interview, because we are starting a new job, or having an operation. These worries and feelings can disrupt your sleep, make you lose your appetite and affect your concentration. This short term anxiety has a purpose. It can make us more alert and more focused.
There is a very important reason we sometimes feel anxious and fearful, as these feelings can help protect us from danger. When we have these feelings the body releases a hormone called adrenalin; this causes the heart to beat faster, we breathe faster, we sweat, our mouth may feel dry our senses become