What if your anxiety could be useful?

In it, Wilson — journalist, ex-reality TV host, sugar-quitter, author — describes her experiences with what she calls anxiety spirals and how they take over the "everyday beige buzzing or background anxiety" she feels most days.

An often-innocuous moment — such as someone not calling when they said they would, or not being able to decide weekend plans — will set in motion a deluge of anxious thoughts and competing potential fixes that builds into a screeching (bath draining) crescendo.

Read this if you're anxious about sex - and fear it will hurt

"It's a time of significant adjustment in your life," says Eddie Morris from the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists.

"That can be a cause of increase anxiety and worry," he tells Newsbeat.

This is his advice for 16 to 24-year-olds who are having sex for the first time - and worrying about it.

Talk it through

Painful sex can happen if couples have different sexual expectations, likes and dislikes.

Eddie Morris says being emotionally close to your partner is important - because you can talk things through.

How to stop city life from stressing you out

This is just a glimpse of what life can be like when living in a big city, so it comes as no surprise that people regularly get stressed out. But the problem may go deeper.

Some studies have shown that city dwellers may have a 21% greater likelihood of developing anxiety disorders, and a 39% increased risk of mood disorders, compared to people living more rurally.

Bastille, Rizzle Kicks, Jack Garratt reveal mental struggles and anxiety

"I do struggle a bit on stage," Dan Smith tells Newsbeat, adding that a "good support network" helps him cope.

Meanwhile Jordan from Rizzle Kicks says "expectation upon you" can be "incredibly difficult to handle".

A top psychologist says 'everyone feels anxious' in different situations

She's a top psychologist who has helped international sports stars and performers cope with mental health issues.

"I'd say everybody's experienced some level of anxiety in their lives."

She tells Newsbeat there isn't a cure but there are things you can do to help if you're struggling.

"It's about first of all recognising you're anxious, and then looking at what's actually causing that anxiety. Everybody will feel anxious about different situations".

Weekly Health Advice from PMGH – Stress