High functioning anxiety is a tricky beast. On the one hand, it makes you more productive, more organized, and better able to troubleshoot problems.
High-functioning anxiety makes you expect the worst and prepare for it. You’re always on high alert, waiting for disaster to strike and trying to avoid it.
If you have high-functioning anxiety, you probably have trouble relaxing since you feel like you have to doing something all the time.
High-functioning anxiety causes you to be on edge, even when you don’t know why. The associated stress can result in many different symptoms, including being too early for everything.
High-functioning anxiety can show up in a lot of different ways, one of which is procrastination: the avoidance of doing something by finding other things to do instead.