EMDR Treatment For Anxiety
Overwhelmed with anxiety and fear about your life and unable to control your thoughts? Feeling tense, stressed or restless? Do people say you’re irritable or short-tempered? These are some of the symptoms of anxiety.
Anxiety can be a normal reaction to stress, but sometimes it takes over our lives and the constant worry and fear make us feel as if we’re losing our minds.
Relief is waiting for you. We can work together to help you gain control of your fears and move forward to a place of well-being. Call for a free 15 minute phone consultation (818) 681-6627 or email email@example.com
Some of the more common symptoms of anxiety include:
- Feeling stressed, tense or restless
- Difficulty concentrating
- Inability to control anxious thoughts
- Difficulty with sleep
- Easily becoming worn out
There are different types of Anxiety Disorders, and the main ones include the following:
Generalized anxiety is ongoing anxiety and worry that interferes with day-to-day living and relationships. Left untreated it can lead to depression. The effects can include feelings of being wound up, restless or tense. Irritability, fatigue and muscle tension are common, as is difficulty with sleep.
Phobias involve an unreasonable or irrational fear of a specific object or situation that is out of proportion to the actual danger or threat. Fear of flying or fear of snakes would be examples. A person who has a specific phobia is distressed about having the fear and/or it significantly interferes with his or her daily life.
Social anxiety causes people to feel as if everyone is watching and judging them when they are in public. While rationally they know this isn’t true, they can’t relax because they fear being embarrassed or judged.
Panic causes repeated, unexpected attacks of intense fear. Lasting from minutes to hours, people may think they are “going crazy” or having a heart attack.
Post traumatic stress can occur after a person has seen or experienced a terrifying event that involved the threat of injury or even death to themselves or others. It involves persistent frightening thoughts and memories of their ordeal that leave them feeling detached or numb.
When you are experiencing anxiety, you feel worried and scared. You don’t have to live your life with fear. I can help you move forward to a place of well-being!