When you are about to start something.
The more effort you put into it and the more time you put into it, the scarier you feel.
You can hear your heart beating through your body.
Your heart beats faster than you’ve ever experienced before, and you feel it tighten in your chest.
My breathing becomes fast and shallow, and the painful sensation doesn’t go away even though I breathe in and out.
My face is hot, but my fingers are so cold that I don’t have much feeling in them, as if the blood isn’t circulating.
My mind is constantly projecting the worst that could possibly happen.
No matter how many times I simulate it, the anxiety never goes away.
Even though my brain was working at full speed, I started to feel faint.
I can’t think of anything else. I can’t exert myself like this. I’ve worked so hard.
If you have experienced something like this, you may think that nervousness is a bad thing.
Tension can help you.
It raises your heart rate, speeds up your breathing, and makes you react instantly.
React in the moment.
Prepare for your next move.
To be able to move quickly.
It knows the days you fought.
Your strong feelings.
Only comes to those who mean it.
It only comes to those who mean it.