Anxiety can be described as sensations of excessive worry, doom, dread or panic that are overwhelming and often debilitating. Panic attacks are often associated with an increase in anxiety. Symptoms of anxiety affect the mind, body and/or behavior.
Anxiety management techniques can significantly reduce levels of anxiety. Understanding your brain and managing your anxious mind, behavior and body will offer tremendous relief.
There are different types of anxiety, including social anxiety, phobias, obsessive-compulsive disorder and generalized anxiety. Students can sometimes struggle with test anxiety.
If you are experiencing anxiety that is difficult to manage and are having restlessness, fatigue, reduced concentration, irritability, muscle tension, and/or disturbed sleep, it is important to get help from a mental health professional.
I can help you understand triggers for your anxiety and guide you through ways to manage the anxiety. Anxiety is treatable and often can be significantly reduced so you can enjoy your daily routines.