Top 10 List of

Social Anxiety Physiological Symptoms

Physiological symptoms are the physical symptoms that occur when you feel anxious or under display.  These are bodily reactions, and may be apparent to other people.  Note that they are always stronger and more apparent to the person exhibiting them than to the person displaying them.

Blushing, for example, is not perceived in a negative light by most people.  In survey after survery, people report that blushing does not turn them off.  If anything, it has the tendency to make people like the person who blushes better.  People (with social anxiety) who blush rarely believe this, though, and it takes progress against social anxiety before blushing recedes.  Overcoming social anxiety resolves all these problems.

10. Blushing (Face Turns Red)

9. Excessive Sweating

8. Swallowing / Lump in Throat

7. Weak, Shaking Voice

6. Hands Shake

5. Muscle Tension

4. Facial Tics/Neck, Mouth

3. Fast, Racing Heartbeat

2. Blood Pressure Rising

1. Facial Freezing

Social anxiety can be overcome if it is done in the appropriate manner, and these symptoms dissipate along with it.  Overcoming social anxiety isn't possible unless all the symptoms are alleviated as well.  Thousands of people have overcome social anxiety based on our  online therapy series.

The good news is that all these conditions go away.  The physiological symptoms  go away relatively quickly as people work in a structured, systematic manner to overcome social anxiety disorder.  The cognitive-behavioral therapy groups at the Social Anxiety Institute run continuously, all year long, with start dates in January, May, and September.

Join us and get over the symptoms that social anxiety causes.  More importantly, overcome social anxiety altogether.  That's what the Social Anxiety Institute is all about.