Anxiety can be one of the most distressing conditions that people can experience. It sometimes includes problems such as phobias (fear of specific things or situations), panic attacks (intense feelings of feer and panic), posttraumatic stress disorder (repeated memories of traumas), obsessive-compulsive disorder (thinking about or doing things repeatedly) and generalized anxiety including various physical symptoms.
Some of the most common symptoms that may be associated with anxiety are: frequent worrying, trembling, twitching and feeling shaky, muscle tension, muscle aches, muscle soreness, restlessness, easily tired, shortness of breath, rapid heartbeat, sweating not due to heat, dry mouth, dizziness or light headedness, nausea, diarrhea or stomach problems, frequent urination, trouble swallowing, quick to startle, difficulty concentrating, trouble sleeping, irritability, thoughts of doom.
The body responds to what you are thinking, anxious thoughts are usually fear of something in the future such as an undesirable outcome, people’s responses or your safety.
There are tools you can learn to use to change your thoughts and how you perceive your life and hence enable you to overcome anxiety and set yourself free.
Cognitive behaviour therapy along with progressive muscle relaxation practice has been shown to benefit people suffering from anxiety. I can teach you how to take control of your life and flow through life’s challenges.