Highly effective Generalised Anxiety Disorder treatment
Generalised Anxiety Disorder Treatment (GAD) at the Rickmansworth Thrive Clinic, near Watford, Northwood, Uxbridge, Hillingdon, Ruislip, London
Generalised Anxiety Disorder – what is it?
Everybody suffers from anxiety at sometimes in their lives and for many people, it is a daily occurence. However, if you suffer from GAD you may feel in a near constant state of anxiety or stress which will interfere with many areas of your life. You will have experienced excessive anxiety and worry about events or activities most days of the week for at least six months.
People with GAD feel out of control of their thinking – even though you may appreciate that your anxiety is more intense than the situation warrants. You can’t relax, startle easily, and have difficulty concentrating. Often you have trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep. Physical symptoms that often accompany general anxiety disorder include palpitations, fatigue, Irritable bowel syndrome, headaches, muscle tension, twitching, irritability, sweating, nausea or having to go to the bathroom often.
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Causes of Generalised Anxiety Disorder
Anxiety does not just happen to us – it doesn’t appear out of the blue, even though that’s how it may seem. Negative, stressful thoughts are generated by unhelpful belief systems, which is why we can be quite unaware of them and the damage they do. Sufferers of GAD are constantly occupying their minds with negative, catastrophic thoughts, either by worrying about situations that may occur (‘anticipatory anxiety’) or worrying that they don’t have the ability to cope with their current situation, eg, at work, with friends, etc (‘real time anxiety’).
Another major component of GAD may be social anxiety – feeling judged and worried about how others may perceive you. This also stems for self esteem issues: when we feel confident in our own skin, we feel confident around others.
Help for Generalised anxiety disorder – get in touch!
I can help you overcome your GAD and feel calmer and happier.
To arrange a free consultation or to book an appointment call 07740 781 573. If I’m with a client, you can leave a confidential message on my answerphone and I will return your call as soon as possible.
Alternatively, you can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Generalised Anxiety Disorder treatment
at the Rickmansworth Thrive Clinic, near Watford, Northwood, Uxbridge, Hillingdon, Ruislip, London