Is anxiety and stress causing you to worry excessively about the outcome of events? Are you worrying about mundane and routine things?
Do you find yourself preoccupied with the numerous possibilities and outcomes of a situation, regardless of the plausability of these invented scenarios? Are you indecisive and have a hard time making choices even with the basic daily tasks?
Enduring mental stress can affect concentration, emotional health as well as physical health. You may experience fatigue, irritability and headaches, mental tension or even muscle tension, leading to frequent aches and pains across the body.
This results from your mind’s focus on thoughts that upset or scare you. The preoccupation with these thoughts paralyzes you into a state of anxiety.
There are different degrees of anxiety. A more severe form of anxiety are anxiety attacks. This form of anxiety may result in palpitations , lightheadedness, shortness of breath and sometimes loss of consciousness. Stuggling to breathe properly without physical exertion is a sign of an anxiety attack. In most cases slow and deep breathing relieves the feeling of shortness of breath.
If you are experiencing any of these forms of anxiety, the constant worry can be very debilitating.
Therapy can help.
Debbie has helped hundreds of people gain control of their mind and breath and heal the underlying causes of their symptoms.
Contact Debbie for your free consultation.