Anxiety

anxiety


Treating anxiety (also stress and panic attacks)

All of us will feel anxious at one point or another. It might be about forthcoming exams, having some medical tests or a job interview. Feeling anxious like this is normal, and usually short-lived.

However, for some people, these worries can feel more intense and constant. It can begin to affect their daily lives.

In some cases, a whole range of trigger points can cause anxiety, while in others severe anxiety might be down to just one overriding issue.

Human givens therapy helps identify what is causing your difficulty to deal with stressful situations. You’re then shown powerful techniques to overcome this hurdle, allowing you to enjoy your life to the full again.

In future, you’ll be able to deal with stressful situations as they arise, circumstances that might previously have brought on anxiety or a panic attack.

Nobody likes feeling they’re not in control, but we promise human givens therapy gets results faster than other therapies.



Look forward to a life free of anxiety symptoms, which can include:


• Excessive worrying
• Insomnia
• Headaches
• Muscle tension
• Dizziness
• IBS
• Loss or gaining of weight
• Irritable temper


Don’t delay in seeking help for your condition. If you leave it untreated, your anxiety might lead to more complications down the line, including:

• Depression
• Obesity
• Heart disease
• Diabetes
• Skin conditions like eczema


Seek help, and you don’t need to be fearful of entering situations that will provoke anxiety or stress. Using our tried and tested techniques, you’ll cope with previously-difficult situations.
All this, and you’ll improve your self-esteem and confidence.



Treating panic attacks

A panic attack happens when your “fight or flight” response, the body's alarm system, is triggered unnecessarily.

Suffering extreme anxiety like this is a response to stress, and if you've experienced a full-blown panic attack, you’ll know it’s terrifying. The experience is so catastrophic that you’ll do anything to avoid situations where panic might occur.

Panic attacks will quickly interfere with day-to-day life.