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Do you sometimes feel you’re being stabbed in the chest every time you take a breath, that your stomach is churning or that the world is speeding up then slowing down and you can’t do anything to stop it?
If so, you could be suffering from anxiety - and you’re not alone in this.
Anxiety is very common and at the moment, levels are above average in places like the UK, studies by UCL show -- particularly among young people, those living alone and people on lower incomes.
If you need help to manage your anxiety, try to:
See a doctor if you're worried about your symptoms or struggling to cope.
Our Chief Medical Officer, Prof. Dr Maureen Baker, is ready to help. Just drop your comment into our latest Facebook post. She'll pick the best question of the day and post a reply. #askMaureen
The bed is a bundle of paradoxes: we go to it with reluctance, yet we quit it with regret; we make up our minds every night to leave it early, but we make up our bodies every morning to keep it late. -- Charles Caleb
If you've been working from home, you may think you've adjusted well, but can the same be said for your back? Sitting at a makeshift desk - or on a couch - for most of the day can take its toll.
In this BBC News video, physiotherapist Alishah Merchant offers tips on how to combat back pain while at home.