Anxiety disorders and anxiety symptoms a very normal response to the many different situations that cause a person everyday stress. It is a very normal defensive mechanism in the mind.
The feelings are there to keep us away from what the subconscious part of the mind considers to be a threat to a person’s survival.
This is commonly known as the “fight or flight response”.
When the symptoms surface the individual person will either at all cost try to resolve the problem or in many cases run away from it.
Do You Suffer With:
- Speaking in front of a large audience.
- Doing a job interview.
- Taking an exam or test.
- Confrontation with another person.
- Anxiety about your sexual performance.
If you allow the symptoms to overwhelm you, it can and will interfere with many of your daily activities which can cause some very serious health problems.
Symptoms Of Anxiety Disorders
- Irregular/racing heart beats.
- A rise in respiration.
- Feeling faint or dizzy.
- Muscle tension.
- Physical aches and pains.
- Upset digestive system which can cause severe diarrhea.
- Uncontrollable shaking.
- Stammering when trying to speak.
- Talking extremely fast.
- Justifying your actions all of the time.
Anxiety disorders are psychological which are characterized by feelings of severe anxiety or fear.
You quite often see the symptoms appear when someone is having an anxiety attack or panic attack. Anxiety disorders can devastate a person’s social life and relationship with others if not immediately treated.
Treating Social Anxiety Disorders
Social anxiety disorder (SAD) which is also known as social phobia is the avoidance of everyday situations where a person has to interact socially with other people.
These anxiety can surface where the person has a fear of public speaking, being humiliated by someone or a fear of being embarrassed in front of other people.
Anxiety Disorders In Children
People with this disorder quite often see the problem manifest itself in symptoms of not being able to speak, blushing and profuse sweating.
A very common disorder in children is school phobia. This is where the signs are very visible.
You can quite often see the signs where a child is being bullied by other children, doesn’t get along with their teacher, or finds the amount of work that they are being asked to complete unbearable.
School Anxiety Disorder
One of the most common forms of a school anxiety disorder is where a child will avoid speaking in front of their classmates.
This type of problem can be easily resolved by using hypnotherapy. A professional hypnotherapist like Ian Smith at Quays Clinic will be able to help you.
Anxiety Disorder Medication
There are many different types of medications prescribed by doctors. Unfortunately most of them are just a quick fix which come with many different side effects:
- Alprazolam (Xanax).
- Lorazepam (Ativan).
- Diazepam (Valium).
People suffering from chronic anxiety quite often discover that they have to try many different types of medication until they find the one which helps them.
Hypnotherapy For Anxiety
Hypnotherapy is by far the best method for treating an anxiety disorder and stopping panic attacks.
If you are looking to find hypnotherapy in Newcastle upon Tyne, Sunderland and Gateshead contact hypnotherapist Ian Smith today.