10 Physical Conditions That Can Trigger Your Anxiety

Drugs and withdrawal

All drugs have a different effect on every individual, so it’s hard to know how you’ll react. If you have any concerns that medicine you’ve been prescribed has increased your anxiety, you should speak to your doctor. And if you take recreational drugs, try to be aware of how they affect you, because if they’re negatively affecting your mental health, it’s not worth it.

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