Anxiety

Anxiety

Feeling anxious from time to time is perfectly normal. This is part of life. However, your anxiety should not interfere with day to day activity. If your anxiety does not go away, you could have some type of anxiety disorder.

People who experience any of the following may have General Anxiety Disorder (GAD):

- Feeling restless, wound-up, or on-edge

- Being easily fatigued

- Having difficulty concentrating; mind going blank

- Being irritable

- Having muscle tension

- Difficulty controlling feelings of worry

- Having sleep problems, such as difficulty falling or staying asleep, restlessness, or unsatisfying sleep

You could have a panic disorder if you are experiencing any of these systems:

- Have panic attacks occasionally

- Heart palpitations, a pounding heartbeat, or an accelerated heartrate

- Sweating

- Trembling or shaking

- Sensations of shortness of breath, smothering, or choking

- Feelings of impending doom

- Feelings of being out of control

If you are having any of these types of feelings or symptoms, contact us today and schedule an appointment. We can help.