Anger, Anxiety & Panic
Do you suffer from any of the following?:
- Excessive worrying about the future
- Worrying about past events
- Second guessing
- All or nothing thinking
- Disqualifying the positive
- Feeling disconnected from the world
- Increased heart rate
- Feeling panicky
- Loss of appetite
- Stomach cramps
You may be suffering from anxiety. These are just a few of the symptoms of anxiety.
Anxiety is termed as a state of fear resulting from the anticipation of a real or imagined threat. This could be due to an event or a situation that we consider to be stressful. Most people suffer from anxiety at some point in their life.
Anxiety can have physical and mental symptoms as the body’s stress response is triggered.
Anxiety can be acute – lasting a few moments during the stressful event.
Chronic anxiety lasts long after the stress trigger has gone, it can occur out of the blue or as a result of chronic stress.
There are many forms of anxiety including :
Generalised anxiety may be diagnosed by your GP that includes chronic and excessive worrying about normal lifestyle events and activities, and results in many symptoms.
Social Anxiety may occur if you are anxious meeting people especially strangers in social settings.
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) is described as having unwanted thoughts, and actions difficult to stop There is the constant feeling of worry that something bad will happen unless the habits are carried out. It often occurs alongside other anxiety disorders,
Other types of anxiety include Agoraphobia, Medical Anxiety, Separation Anxiety and Substance -Induced Anxiety
We can help you to identify the triggers in your life and help you to find successful coping mechanisms.
Panic occurs when a person experiences intense fear and terror within minutes. if this occurs repeatedly this can result in Panic Disorder.
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