FEAR AND ANXIETY . Fear is a normal reaction to a known, external source of danger.In anxiety, the individual is frightened but the source of the danger is not known, not recognized, or inadequate to account for the symptoms.The physiologic manifestations of anxiety are similar to those of fear. They includea. Shakiness and sweatingb. Palpitations (subjective experience of tachycardia)c. Tingling in the extremities and numbness around the mouth d. Dizziness and syncope (fainting)e. Gast273
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