Excessive Anxiety can interfere with your ability to live a healthy life.
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If you're looking for anxiety treatment, we can help. While anxiety symptoms can vary amongst each person, odds are good that at some point you’ve experienced occasional physical and emotional distress signals such as panicky breathing, your heart pounding in your chest, trouble sleeping, feelings of dread, or even contant worry over a brief situation. That’s normal anxiety. Everyone feels anxious or nervous every now and then — it’s a natural part of life.
However, when those fears are pervasive and constant and disrupt your daily life, you may have an anxiety disorder. Anxiety disorders are prevalent and cause intense, unpleasant feelings such as helplessness, an impending sense of doom, and fear. Repeated anxiety and worry over minimal things in your day to day life is where it can cause issues in your daily functioning. For example: worrying that you forgot to check the mail today, should not cause you extreme distress. See below for more symptoms.
Anxiety disorders also causes a variety of disruptive physical symptoms including:
-Shortness of breath
Ready to contact an anxiety therapist in Austin? Great! We provide a free 15-minute phone consultation to ensure we're the right match for each other. Contact the ATTC staff, today, to discuss how we can work, together, to help you!
Anxiety often develops in relation to everyday concerns such as your health, loss, injury, shame, aggression, or guilt. Anxiety disorders can cause wide ranging mental and physical symptoms including excessive worry, apprehension, and tension. Learning to control Anxiety can be quite challenging. If you’re one of the 40 million American adults living with an anxiety disorder, you may constantly feel on edge or always worried about something to the point where it disrupts your life. Clinicians can employ numerous methods for anxiety treatment, including but not limited to cognitive behavioral techniques (CBT).