Social Anxiety Disorder Symptoms
Symptoms of social disorder may change over time. Symptoms usually appear when the patient faces certain pressures or demands. Symptoms that can arise can be:
a. Physical symptoms, including:
- Heartbeat is fast.
- Nausea or stomach upset.
- Difficulty breathing.
- Muscles become tense.
- Take out a lot of sweat, shaking.
- Face flushed with embarrassment.
- Showing a stiff posture.
- Avoid eye contact.
- Talk too softly.
b. Symptoms of emotions and attitudes, including:
- Avoid interactions with other people or strangers, including refusing to attend parties or social gatherings.
- Reluctant to eat in front of others.
- Reluctant to use public toilets.
- Feeling afraid to be nervous, fearful of being cared for, and afraid of embarrassing oneself
- Anxiously waiting for fear of encountering an event or event.
- Spend time analyzing looks and looking for weaknesses when interacting with others
- Always suspect the worst consequences when in a social situation based on personal experience.
- Excessive panic when fear and anxiety are over the limit. This panic attack usually lasts for several minutes.