Anxiety can be described as a feeling of uneasiness and it’s more common than many people think. It can cause feelings of fear, worry, or nervousness, and may be intense or mild such as going to a job interview or an exam.
For some, it is manageable and only occurs in certain situations, however if symptoms are becoming more frequent, affecting their day-to-day lives or activities – work, school, or socialising with friends – then it is likely time to seek help. For more information on anxiety, its expressions, and how to manage it, visit the NHS or the Mind Charity who have some insightful guidance.
If your anxiety is causing physical symptoms such as heart palpitations or muscle tension, excessive drinking or drug taking or if you are having difficulty sleeping, then it is important to seek help from a professional as soon as possible. Please contact us for further support.