More information about anxiety
Being anxious is completely normal and is the body’s natural response in order to prepare your body for what it is about to experience, however, some these moments of anxiety aren’t isolated or rare. Instead anxiety is a regular, dominating force that severely disrupts the quality and enjoyment of their lives and goes far beyond the occasional nervousness.
There are many different reasons that anxiety is triggered and the symptoms of nervousness, unease, worry become amplified. How may a person describe their anxiety? These are some words that are commonly used:
Worry, concern, apprehension, apprehensiveness, consternation, uneasiness, unease, fearfulness, fear, fretful, agitated, angst, nervousness, nerves, edginess, tension, tense, stress, having misgivings, trepidation, sense of foreboding.
How can clinical hypnotherapy help me?
If you are suffering from any of the symptoms, then it is highly likely that you are suffering from excess and inappropriate anxiety in your life. I will work with you in order to eliminate and reduce this unnecessary feeling and obstruction to your life. In just a few short hours of therapy you can and will be the person you once were, or indeed wish you could be once again.
You are not alone, contact me today to talk about how we can eliminate your anxiety and worries.
The symptoms of anxiety
The following are some of the symptoms of anxiety:
- palpitations or a fast heart rate
- feeling short of breath
- feeling choked
- chest pain
- nausea or abdominal pain
- numbness or tingling
- chills or hot flashes
- a fear of losing control
- a feeling of unreality or being detached from oneself
- trouble concentrating
- muscle tension
- trouble sleeping (insomnia)
Other conditions that are associated with anxiety
- Anticipatory anxiety
- Phobias - e.g. Fear of spiders, flying, dogs etc.
- Seasonal Adjustment Disorder
- Generalised anxiety disorder
- Health anxiety
- Acute Stress Disorder
- Injection/needle phobia
- Panic disorder
- Panic attacks
- Post-traumatic stress disorder
- Simple phobias ie, fear of spiders
- Toilet phobia
How do you feel?
Anxiety has a number of similar feelings which are common to most sufferers. Yet, often depression and low mood can accompany anxiety...