Posted by on Feb 18, 2017 in Blog From The Experts | 3 comments



When is Anxiety Normal?


Just about everyone has felt some type of anxiety. These feelings are completely normal for a time like before a performance, test or job interview. You can feel anxiety in short periods of time with provoked events and not have to worry. The times that raise concern are when you are worrying for no reason, overthinking constantly and maybe your self esteem took a plunge because can’t stop the thoughts in your mind. Anxiety Disorders are serious and with the right help, you can learn to manage them. Know that you are not alone, and you should not feel ashamed for feeling the way that you do.


Symptoms of Anxiety:


  • Feeling panic
  • Nausea
  • Sweating
  • Rapid heart rate
  • Dizziness
  • Shortness of breath
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle Tension
  • Sleep deprivation



How to Know it’s Time for Help


If you find yourself missing out on things you used to enjoy, it’s time to get help. Another example is if you find your relationships changing. Maybe it’s simply you becoming more paranoid or worried about things you know you shouldn’t rationally be anxious about. It could also be that the people around you that love you are increasingly voicing their concern for you. If you are self-medicating with drugs or alcohol to cope with your anxiety, this is a huge warning sign that you need to see a professional.

The important thing to remember is that any time you go to counseling for help, you are never judged. If you feel like something is off with yourself, it is okay to want to get help. There will not be a time where a clinician says to you, “I think you’re wasting your time, you don’t need to be here.”



Treatments for Anxiety


  • Psychotherapy- This includes talking to a counselor to help reduce your symptoms
  • Medication- Such as antidepressants, Buspirone or Benzodiazepines, it is up to your doctor to decide what is best for you
  • Holistic Medicine- Reiki, diet change or herbal remedies have anecdotes that say to have helped, but make sure you are cautious and research before you starting diving into the natural route and taking things you may not need


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