Overcome Anxiety:

High-anxiety can cause distress and leave you exhausted and frustrated..

Anxiety disorders include:

A phobia is a fear that is out of proportion to any real danger, these may be: a fear of heights, spiders, mice, blood, injections or enclosed space (claustrophobia).

Social phobia: An exaggerated fear of being in social situations.

Agoraphobia: A fear of various places or situations, such as crowds or public places, often associated with panic disorder.

OCD - Obsessive-compulsive disorder: Recurring obsession usually involving thoughts or images about things that trigger feelings of disgust e.g germs, dirt or violence.

Panic disorder Living 'In fear of fear': Sudden feelings of anxiety that occur without warning and for no apparent reason. Symptoms can be very severe and may feel like a wave of panic.

Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Those who have had or witness a traumatic event may experience flashbacks, high anxiety or repeated thoughts about the incident.

Generally Anxiety Disorder: (GAD) A level or high anxiety that is constant, causing you to feel worried or anxious most of the time - often for no obvious reason.

Symptoms of anxiety

    • Stomach problems
    • Dry mouth
    • Rapid heartbeat
    • Shortness of breath
    • Stuttering
    • Dizziness
    • Shaking
    • Sleeping difficulties (insomnia)
    • Tiredness
    • Being irritable or angry
    • A fear of 'Going mad'