Therapy For Anxiety
Feeling Anxious? Living With Anxiety?
Anxiety is a common problem for many people. A normal reaction to stressful life events such as moving, changing jobs, or experiencing financial difficulties is anxiety. Anxiety becomes a concern when there is intense and persistent worrying every day even when stressful events are not there. At this point, anxiety can interfere with a person’s daily functioning.
Do you tend to worry and focus on the worst possible scenario? Do you think in terms of the future and what if’s? Do you avoid situations and/or people because they scare you? Do you often perceive danger?
How I Can Help You!
As long as your symptoms don’t get in the way of your daily activities and don’t get worse, you may not have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety and panic can disrupt daily activities, be difficult to manage, be exaggerated in relation to the danger, and last for a long period of time. These feelings can be avoided by staying away from certain places or situations. Childhood or adolescence may be the first time symptoms appear, but they can last well into adulthood.
Social anxiety disorder (or “social phobia”), specific phobias, panic attacks, and separation anxiety disorder are all types of anxiety disorders. Anxiety disorders are not exclusive to one another. Anxiety can be a symptom of a medical condition that necessitates medical attention.
Professionals can help people with anxiety disorders manage their symptoms and keep them from becoming incapacitating. The first step is to identify the signs and symptoms.
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