Anxiety Attacks, Fears & Phobias Are Treatable!

Anxiety, OCD, Fears, Phobias, panic attacks can be anything from an isolated condition to a group of related conditions and symptoms and can range from been persistent or severe in nature, can vary from one person to another in character, which can manifest either emotionally and or physically.

Change Can Happen Within A Few Sessions!

Are you...

  • Constantly worrying to the extent that it becomes a distraction?
  • Inconveniencing yourself or even changing your lifestyle?
  • Experiencing tremendous stress that interferes with normal day-to-day life?
  • Feeling that something bad is going to happen?
  • Experiencing unrealistic or exaggerated fears of a specific object, activity, or situation?
  • Avoiding certain situations or places because you’re afraid of having a panic attack?

People with phobias, experience many stress-related symptoms when they’re exposed to the object or situation they fear. The symptoms are both emotional and physical. The symptoms of anxiety and fear can range from mild feelings of apprehension to a full-blown panic attack. Typically, the closer you are to the thing you’re afraid of, the greater your fear will be. Your fear will also be higher if escape from is it difficult.

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Have you experienced...

Shortness of breath
Trembling or shaking
Chest pain or discomfort
Numbness or tingling sensations
Nausea or stomach distress
  
Fear of losing control or going crazy
Hot or cold flushes
Feelings of being detached
Fear of fainting
Palpitations, pounding heart

Do any of the following resonate with you?

Feeling agitated
Thinking the worst
Irritable and restless
On constant alert
Poor concentration
Tension in muscles    
    
Headaches
Disturbed Sleep
Exhaustion
Dizziness
Pounding heart
Sick stomach    

If you have a phobia, you probably realise that your fear is unreasonable, yet you still can’t control your feelings. Just thinking about the thing you fear may make you anxious. And when you’re actually exposed to your phobia, the terror is automatic and overwhelming.

Seek help in treating your phobia if:

  • It causes intense and disabling fear, anxiety, and panic attacks
  • You recognise that your fear is excessive and unreasonable
  • You avoid certain situations and places because of your phobia
  • Your avoidance interferes with your normal routine or causes significant distress

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