You may consider anxiety a mental health illness that only affects your mind. But for many, it exerts multiple physical symptoms, one of which is shaking. If you have ever caught your hands trembling or knees knocking just before an exam or an office presentation, know that anxiety is most likely triggering it.
While there is nothing wrong with the occasional trembling hands and body as you approach a fearful situation, some people have it much worse than others. Such people, often with a formal diagnosis of anxiety disorder, find it difficult to get on with their daily tasks because the shakiness is too much to handle.
For all such people, we have good news. It is possible to stop shaking with fear just because an anxious thought crosses your mind. This article will shed light on the common reasons why people have anxiety tremors and how to deal with them professionally and independently.
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