Anxiety and Counselling
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Many counsellors have a lot of experience in helping sufferers to understand the causes for their symptoms of anxiety, to enable the sufferer to feel less stressed, more in control of their life, find solace and be more at peace in order to relieve and find a solution for the distressing symptoms of this condition. Anxiety can be considered to be a normal reaction to stress and may help a person to deal with a difficult situation by enabling one to cope with it. However, when anxiety becomes excessive, sufferers can experience very unpleasant physical symptoms as well as emotional ones.Counsellors who may have suitable experience to help are based in Richmond, North London and Highgate.
Symptoms of anxiety are disabling and include feelings of apprehension or dread, trouble concentrating, feeling tense or jumpy, expecting the worst, irritability, restlessness, and feeling like your mind's unable to function. Anxiety can be accompanied by physical effects such as heart palpitations, fatigue, nausea, chest pain, shortness of breath, stomach aches, or headaches. We support counsellors and psychotherapists covering the areas of Watford, Camden and Gloucester.
Anxiety is classified as a psychological and physiological state characterised by several components which combine together and create a most unpleasant feeling that is typically associated with uneasiness, fear, or worry. Anxiety is a generalized mood condition and can be future-oriented in which one attempts to prepare for coping with upcoming negative events. If you think a therapist may be able to help you, we have therapists and psychotherapists in Deal, Finchley and Acton.
Although panic attacks are not experienced by every anxiety sufferer, they are a common symptom. Panic attacks usually come without warning, and although the fear is generally irrational, the perception of danger is very real. A person experiencing a panic attack will often feel as if he or she is about to die or pass out. Panic attacks may be confused with heart attacks.Counsellors who may have suitable experience to help are based in High Wycombe, Stoke Newington and Central London.
Your counsellor will guide you on choices of treatment for anxiety, dependant upon their judgement of severity and their specialist area of training in counselling.