Even though you have never experienced an anxiety attack, one of the ways to fully understand anxiety is through knowing about its symptoms. The key to understanding these attacks is in the body’s internal system.
Symptoms of Anxiety Attack
The body’s nervous system has developed over a number of millennia. For the most part, the human race has faced, head on, significant threats from ferocious animals, extreme weather conditions, and other people as well.
Because of this, the brain has evolved to figure out a way to respond instantaneously to these signs of trouble or danger, and more often than not, even before we become fully aware of it.
Gout is a form of arthritis. It usually appears in male patients ages 40 to 50 and in female patients after menopause. Symptoms include pain in swollen and stiff joints. It is usually caused by build up of uric acid when the body overproduces it or can’t expel it properly. In some cases, this is caused by medications taken for other illnesses. Since the symptoms of gout mimic other, more serious diseases, you should not try any of the gout remedies available without a prescription until you are diagnosed using a blood test or through lab analysis of fluid from a swollen and stiff joint.