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Anxiety Disorder

anxiety disorderAnxiety disorder is crippling. Persistent worries that easily get in the way of day to day functioning can prevent a person from going to work, from going out in public, and can result in having to live largely in agony. If you have ever felt nervousness or jittery, seek constant reassurance, are having difficulty sleeping being kept up by worrying, find yourself to be more self-critical than average, or are hypersensitive, there is a good chance you might be struggling from an anxiety disorder.

Professional anxiety therapy and counseling go a long way in resolving anxiety. There are multiple therapies that can be used to heal someone suffering from anxiety, sometimes completely, and in other cases, teaching anxiety management strategies to cope with the condition. It is possible to overcome unpleasant feelings of worry, unease, or apprehension. The most important thing in treating anxiety is to seek help from a licensed mental health professional now and not later. The faster you begin anxiety disorder therapy treatment, the sooner you begin your recovery.

Therapy For Anxiety Disorder

Therapy for anxiety disorder breaks down the thoughts, emotions, and behaviors that make up the condition. In the worst of cases, when anxiety is left unaddressed, it can rear its head in the form of physical symptoms such as heart palpitations, trembling, dry mouth, dizziness, nausea, and diarrhea.Thankfully, with the right anxiety therapy plan, the condition does not have to progress to that point. According to the Mental Health Commission Of Canada, more than 4 million people suffer from an anxiety disorder in Canada.

Thankfully, with the right anxiety therapy plan, the condition does not have to progress to that point. More than 4 million Canadians every year are struck with some form of anxiety. Sadly, not everyone seeks help to treat their anxiety.

Don’t be one of them. Reach out today and get back to enjoying life, living it the way you want to live it and overcome anxiety disorder.

Alexandra is an experienced registered psychotherapist. Contact to book an appointment or ask any questions.