Dealing with Anxiety
In situations that trigger anxiety, people often have physical symptoms like trembling, blushing, rapid heart rate, difficulty breathing, dizziness, and nausea.
In some cases, even imagining a stressful situation can elicit symptoms.
What is Anxiety?
When we get stressed, our body responds with anxiety.
If you suffer from anxiety, you are not alone. Anxiety disorders are among the most common mental health issues.
Throughout our lives, we all face events that make us anxious about what's to come. Anxiety-filled occasions include your wedding, the birth of a child, undergoing surgery, or even driving unfamiliar streets in a busy city.
How Do You Know You Need Help?
There are many events every day that cause most people to feel fearful, nervous, and anxious. A level of anxiety is normal in our stress-filled world. When does anxiety become an emotion for which you need to seek help?
When anxiety changes your physical, emotional, or mental responses, you need to reach out for help.
- Do I feel like I’m worrying too much?
- Is anxiety interfering with my work, my relationships?
- Am I having trouble with alcohol or drug use?
- Is my anxiety causing physical health problems like migraines, irritable bowel syndrome, ulcers, heart palpitations, or eating disorders?
If you are suffering with levels of anxiety, there’s good news.
With the help of a competent professional, anxiety disorders are highly treatable.
With help, you can reduce symptoms and regain control of your life.
I Can Help!
Many of my clients have found that rapid transformational therapy has helped their anxiety.
RTT embraces teaches the power of positive self-talk.
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