Worry is where we begin to reflect on and become anxious about possible dangers or unpleasant possibilities that might happen in the future. This, too, can be accompanied by associated secondary physical responses.
The common denominator between fear and worry is that in both cases the emotion is brought about by the perception of some danger. In fear and panic , the danger is seen as being present in the immediate; in worry , the danger is perceived as something that might happen in the future.
In both cases there are associated physical responses. In fear, these are usually quite pronounced and obvious ; in worry they are lower key but often more persistent.
We explored our stress system and its role of seeking out danger. We will review its role in anxiety and panic.
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