What Is Neurotic Anxiety?


Neurotic anxiety is anxiety caused by a perceived fear. In most cases, it includes sweating, palpitations, clammy skin, loss of muscle control and vasoconstriction. Patients are usually immobilized due to paralysis during attacks, with only the pallor in their faces and other symptoms hinting at the extreme acute fear they are experiencing.
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