ANXIETY AND PANIC ATTACKS
The Peterborough Hypnotherapy Clinic specialises in helping clients who suffer with Anxiety, Panic Attacks, Low Self Confidence and Low Self Esteem. and other related issues.
There are many different ways in which a person can experience anxiety, for some it can be very severe and can disrupt their life, for other it can be seen as an inconvenience, perhaps feeling anxious when speaking in public or even to friends and family, or when making presentations at school or work. Anxiety can be brought on by fear that something will happen.
Different Types Of Anxiety
Social Anxiety. A fear of being around other people and having to interact with over people are signs of social anxiety. fears of public places, open spaces, and even travelling alone are signs of social anxiety.
Generalised Anxiety. People who suffer from generalised anxiety worry to extreme about such things as health, money and even family, this can interfere with their life. they worry excessively about normal everyday issues.
Panic Disorders. Another type of Panic disorder is Panic Anxiety, this can be characterised by terror and can come on suddenly without warning.
Symptoms Of Anxiety
- Lack of Concentration
- No Appertite
- Difficulty Sleeping
- Finding it difficult to breathe
- Tightness in chest
- Sexual interest reduced
- Feeling light headed
- Low attention span
As everyone reacts in a different way to pressure it can be difficult to pinpoint just one cause of anxiety, as there can be many contributing factors.
- Medication, can change the chemical imbalance in peoples brains.
- Personality. Our personality types may determine if we are suceptible to developing an anxiety disorder.
- Hereditary. Evidence has shown that anxiety may run in families.
- Life Experiences. Anxiety Disorders could be liked to long term exposure to violence, drugs, abuse, Poverty.
Panic Attacks, can happen at anytime and without warning. Panic attacks are quite common and can be part of another condition or just exist as a symptom on there own.
The effects of a panic attack can continue long after the panic attacks has ended, the constant worry about when the next attack will occur can bringnon intense anxiety. Panic attacks can limit how people live there life, avoiding places or things that trigger another panic attack. Panic attacks can be very frightening and uppsetting, some people even think they are having a heart attack.
Symptoms Of A Panic Attack
- Fear of dying
- Pounding heart
- Chest pains
Panic Attacks occur when high levels of anxiety causes adrenalin to produce servere uncontrollable symptom.
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