Anxiety is your body’s natural response to stress. It is a feeling of fear or apprehension of what is about to come. Occasional anxiety is a normal part of life and it affects everyone in different ways.
Many people worry about things such as health, money or family problems. It is normal to feel anxious before starting a new job or taking a test. This type of anxiety is unpleasant, but it motivates you to work harder and do a better job. Ordinary anxiety is a feeling that comes and goes and
doesn’t interfere with a person’s everyday life.
Anxiety disorders, however, differ from normal anxiety, in this the person experiences extreme fear and worry associated with a future concern. It may exhibit as muscle tension, sweating, and increased blood pressure. It can affect a person’s ability to function at work, school, and in social situations. People suffering from anxiety disorder tend to avoid situation or places that trigger or worsen their situation.
TYPES OF ANXIETY DISORDERS
Generalized Anxiety Disorder – persistent worry about a number of concerns.
Panic disorder – recurrent panic attacks that come on suddenly
Phobias – intense fear about certain objects or situations
Social Anxiety Disorder – social phobia, fear of social situations, or social settings
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder – persistent uncontrollable thoughts that need to be
compulsorily carried out.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder – developed after a severe physical or emotional trauma.
Research has found that both genetic and environmental factors contribute to the risk of
developing anxiety disorders. Some general risk factors include –
Feeling shy or distressed under new situations in childhood.
Negative or stressful life events in the past
A family history of anxiety or other mental health issues.
Anxiety can be aggravated by physical health conditions, caffeine or other medications.
SYMPTOMS OF ANXIETY
Anxious thoughts or beliefs that are difficult to control.
Difficulty falling asleep, or difficulty staying asleep.
Unexplained aches and pains
Anxiety disorders can be effectively treated with therapy and medications. Talking to a counsellor or psychologist helps. The physician in concern will help to reach the core cause of the anxiety and try to work around that.
Many medications are available to reduce the symptoms of anxiety. These symptom-reduction treatments can help you feel better in the short term, but unless the underlying causes of anxiety are addressed, anxiety as a condition has the potential to return again and again. Addressing the
core causes of anxiety not only addresses the root of anxiety unwellness but also addresses the symptoms of anxiety. Addressing the core causes of anxiety disorder guards against the likelihood of the anxiety returning.
Homoeopathy is a natural mode of treatment and is very useful in the treatment of anxiety.
Homoeopathic treatment requires a deep insight into the person’s emotional, mental and physical characteristics, based on which an individualized treatment is provided. This helps in the overall improvement of the patient which includes the emotional, mental and physical spheres. Doctors at
BEING WELL clinic probe in the deepest cause of anxiety and bring out the smallest of the symptoms to customize the best-suited treatment plan for the patient. It not only helps the patient to overcome their anxiety disorders but also lead a more peaceful and stress-free life over all.
For consultations regarding anxiety, stress or any other mental health related issues contact BEING
WELL CLINIC at – firstname.lastname@example.org