Dizziness involves a sensation of light-headedness or unsteadiness, often accompanied by a spinning feeling. It can be caused by factors such as inner ear problems, low blood pressure, or by psychological factors.
Memory issues involve difficulties in remembering information, events, or details. Often related more to short-term memory issues, this can be stressful and can lead to an increase in other psychological concerns.
Reduced productivity indicates a decrease in one's ability to efficiently complete tasks and achieve goals. It can result from various factors, including distractions, lack of focus, or emotional challenges.
This is a state of being where rapid heart rate and palpitations are generally accompanied by physical symptoms like shortness of breath and dizziness. Often a condition characterised by intense fear and overwhelming physical sensations.
Shortness of breath is the feeling of difficulty in breathing or a sensation of not getting enough air. It can be caused by various psychological factors as well as increased physical exertion, or underlying health issues.
Sleep disturbances or broken sleep encompass a range of sleep-related issues, such as difficulty falling asleep, staying asleep, or sleeping for too long. These disturbances can have physical and mental health implications.