Anxiety symptoms without feeling anxious?

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Can you get anxiety symptoms even if you aren't feeling anxious? Why do they come about randomly? And then that's what starts making you feel anxious? I don't get it....

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    Well, I would say yes from personal experience.  Usually it will be brought up by triggers.  I have axiety meds I can take when needed.  I take them once a day but am able to take them up to four times a day if needed.  My advice, pay attention to when you get those anxious feelings.  Is it a person, a thing you do that you used to do that was part of a traumatic life experience, or a thought of something.  I have become aware and I am.trying to eliminate or reduce the triggers to reduce my anxiety.  Sometimes I can't help it -- like a dream.  Don't know much about you but if you aren't already, therapy helps.  Not just to talk about it but discover what your triggers are.  Good luck! 
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    Hey smile yeah I suffer from anxiety symptoms but don't feel anxious most of the time, I was put on propanalol and it really does help smile

    Sometimes it's a subconscious thing so you don't know you're anxious about something but you are actually. Hope this helps smile x

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    I get like a really tight feeling in my scalp and weird sensations in th scalp as well.. And then by having this I get so anxious and makes them worse. And sometimes I tell myself it's just the anxiety that's doingnit, so I will feel relaxed and not so anxious and they are still there and do not go away sad it's just really annoying and I'm so over it!!! sad
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      Maybe its time to see a doctor and explain your symptoms.  It could be happening for so many reasons.  Could be thoughts or maybe a scalp issue.  
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