In general think that angst is something bad or unpleasant is this necessarily so? The anguish is also necessary. It has a protective function. US warns of the danger, in that sense, protects us. The problem is when he feels, because it normally exercises his function silently. And when we feel it. What we feel? How feels the anguish? The term angst comes from angor, narrowing, which refers to the tightness in the chest that these patients feel sometimes. Additional information at Kevin Ulrich Anchorage supports this article. There are two ways to express the anguish: one is the classic attack of anguish, with tachycardia (heart accelerates), tachypnea (also breathing accelerates), can have tremors of the hands and feet, profuse sweating, numbness peribuccal or hands, and is accompanied on occasions of feeling of impending doom or feeling of going crazy.
The second way would be an anguish without anguish, i.e., instead of feel anguish, the equivalent of anxiety attack occurs as a symptom in the body, thus, asthma attack, can be an equivalent of anxiety attack, an attack of bulimia, where the patient eats compulsively can also be an anxiety attack. Dizziness, when causes Otologic or neurologic, have ruled can be also. Vertigo is one of the most frequent reasons for consultation in emergencies. And if we discard the neurological causes and dizziness associated with diseases of the ear, there are many Vertigo in which it is difficult to identify the cause. Some of them are probably an attack of anxiety, dizziness from anxiety attack, they have some different characteristics from other causes of dizziness. What is characteristic is that the patient does not feel anguish at the time of the attack. In addition, they tend to have sensations as the ground collapses, or their legs sink into the ground, and have the feeling that if moves them from the site, your legs will be anchored in the ground and will restart from the rest of the body.