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People with social anxiety disorder usually experience significant emotional distress in the following situations:
Being introduced to other peopleThis list is certainly not a complete list of symptoms -- other feelings have been associated with social anxiety as well.
Being teased or criticized
Being the center of attention
Being watched while doing something
Meeting people in authority ("important people")
Most social encounters, especially with strangers
Going around the room (or table) in a circle and having to say something
Interpersonal relationships, whether friendships or romantic
The physiological manifestations that accompany social anxiety may include intense fear, racing heart, turning red or blushing, excessive sweating, dry throat and mouth, trembling, swallowing with difficulty, and muscle twitches, particularly about the face and neck.
Constant, intense anxiety that does not go away is the most common feature.
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