Once you replace negative thoughts with positive ones, you’ll start having positive results.

What Can I do if I think I have Anxiety?

If you think and feel that you are experiencing Anxiety and it is having a negative impact on your life it is paramount that you seek help and Support. You can speak to your G.P who will decide the best treatment for you , this may include Counselling and Medication

“This has had a huge impact on my life”

“After only a couple of sessions, Nicky was able to give me the tools to help change the way I think about situations and give me so much more confidence. This has had a huge impact on my life , and made me a much more positive person. I can’t thank Nicky enough for helping change my life for the better. When I arrived at the clinic for my first appointment I felt like I was a mess, but this quickly started to change, and after only a couple of visits I could see a huge difference in myself. Nicky is a lovely lady who is easy to talk to, honest and always supportive. Thank you Nicky x”.

Charlie

What is Anxiety?

Anxiety is a fear of the unknown.  Anxiety is a part of ours body’s natural defences , a reaction to feeling under threat , commonly known as the “fight of flight ” response . The brain and body are often caught up in feelings of tension , apprehension that keeps the mind locked into a circle of worry.  A person who is experiencing Anxiety will feel breathless, trapped and feel their heart racing and will imagine the worst possible outcome.

Everyone feels anxious at some point in their lives as a result of life stresses , such as work,  exams , and money problems . However for some people Anxiety becomes a part of their day to day life and doesn’t go away . They may have a feeling of being overwhelmed , which can lead to them shutting down emotionally,  disconnect from others and avoid social Situations . People who experience Anxiety will feel socially awkward they would worry about saying the wrong thing , this then contributes to them being quiet , a fear of looking stupid and being embarrassed.

They are also afraid to voice their opinions their belief is that they don’t matter .Throughout a relationship they will be unable to say No , not make decisions and adapt their behaviour to please others . Anxiety disorder can affect you both Mentally and Physically.

 

Symptoms of Anxiety

Physical Symptoms

  • Shaking
  • Sweating
  • Feeling Sick or being Sick
  • Trembling

Mental Symptoms

  • Not being able to relax
  • Not being able to stop worrying
  • Tend to do the “What if process”
  • Loss of Concentration
  • Feeling nervous , Tense and On Edge
  • Negative Thoughts

There are also things that you can do to help reduce and control your Anxiety .

  • Breathing and Relaxation Techniques
  • Keeping a Mood Diary ( to see if there is a pattern ) .
  • Take Control of your Negative Thoughts .
  • Don’t allow them to control you .
  • Thought Jar
  • Going for a walk
  • Listening to music
  • Dancing
  • Watching a Movie
  • Socialising with friends

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