Is Anxiety Therapy right for you? Most people feel nervous or anxious now and then, perhaps when they are in a new social situation or are going through financial difficulties. However, everyday anxiety can become a bigger problem. Consequently, it can take over your life in negative ways. As a result, between 30 and 40 million people suffer from anxiety, making it one of the most common illnesses in the U.S. It can appear in many different forms such as panic attacks, phobias, and social anxiety.
Symptoms of Anxiety
How can you tell if you are experiencing the symptoms of anxiety? Do you suffer from:
- Self-doubt or Self-consciousness?
- Problems sleeping or Nightmares?
- Feelings of Fear, Panic, or Nervousness?
- Hyperventilation or Shortness of Breath?
- Dry Mouth, Dizziness, Nausea, or Chronic Indigestion?
- Muscle Tension?
- Chest pain or Heart Palpitations?
- Excessive Worry?
If you have some of these symptoms, Anxiety Therapy might be very helpful to you. One of the biggest challenges to getting help for anxiety is connecting with a therapist who really understands you and what your struggles are. Although many forms of counseling can be helpful to treat Anxiety, DBT and CBT therapies will give you immediate skills to use to reduce your symptoms.
Some people use drugs (Xanax, Ativan, Valium), alcohol, or cannabis to reduce their symptoms. While these might be temporarily helpful, learning to control your symptoms without chemical substances is very possible. Becuase I am an Anxiety Therapy specialist. I can teach you how to reduce your symptoms. I will help you to develop coping skills to manage your anxiety. As a result, you will notice that your self-confidence and self-esteem will rise. Therefore, you will do the things you want to do without letting Anxiety or Panic Attacks get in your way. Remember – this is a highly treatable problem with the right therapist.
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