Yeah, that sounds like anxiety. Or like social anxiety disorder. Either way, it's anxiety. I strongly advise you to see a therapist about it, if you can afford it. I also strongly advise you to speak with someone your trust and try to understand the core of your problem, even though a therapist could help you better.
i was going to see a therapist before quarantine but that plan got screwed (._. ) i talked to some members of my family , the things they told me made me feel better but really didn't helped me with treating my anxiety ;-; , they told me i needed to laugh at myself to make me less worried of what others could think of me , but i couldn't try that method , i investigated a bit about the disorder but i didn't wanted to simply say "oh well i have anxiety " so i better decided to ask for advise here , thanks for your reply ^^
If you want an advice from someone who's been there... ask for help, talk to people and FORCE yourself to do something very simple everyday, but something that takes you out of your comfort zone. It may be ask for info to someone, make a call, ask a store clerk to help you... small steps, small steps and you will see that your anxiety will slowly start to get smaller and smaller!
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Yes you have anxiety everyone in fact does have anxiety its not something you catch its a response. Whether or not you have a disorder you should leave to a professional but yes its fully normal to have anxiety and their is more cases popping up because of antisocial people not leaving their homes and socializing it doesn't necassarily mean you have a disorder.
Also avoiding people and situation will probably make it worse overtime.
I say just be very careful when it comes to pills, if you go in saying you have anxiety most likely they will agree you have a disorder whether you have it or not if you insist its very easy to get a false diagnoses. Most tests to diagnose anxiety are just that questionaire tests instead of physical evaluations. Xanax and other pills they may give you , you can experience serious withdrawels and side effects if taken very often and like most other pills it will lose its effectivness overtime so you need a higher and higher dosage for it to be effective but imo I would try to work your way through this without the use of pills if possible dont immediately think pills are the only solution because it can lead you down the wrong path.
Dont automatically think people know what they're talking about even if its a doctor/psychologist etc always do your own research on any pills and stuff thats given or prescribed too you.