If you suffer from panic attacks, obsessive thoughts, unrelenting worries, or an incapacitating phobia, you may have an anxiety disorder. Do you worry excessively about things that are unlikely to happen, or feel tense and anxious all day long with no real reason? Worries, doubts and fears are a normal part of life. It’s natural to be anxious about life situations. The difference between “normal” worrying and having an Anxiety Disorder is that the worrying involved is excessive, intrusive, persistent and debilitating making normal life difficult and relaxation impossible. You may worry about the same things that other people do: health issues, money, family problems or difficulties at work. But, you take these worries to a new level. A phone call to a friend that isn't immediately returned becomes anxiety that the relationship is in trouble or it may be just the thought of getting through the day produces anxiety. Everyone gets anxious sometimes, but if your worries and fears are so constant that they interfere with your ability to function and relax, It may be time to seek help.
Don't let your anxiety drain your energy, interfere with sleep or wear your body out any longer. Together we can break free from chronic worrying and learn to calm your anxious mind. If you believe you may be struggling with anxious thoughts that keep running through your head on endless repeat, Give me a call at 310.709.1612 . Take the first step in helping yourself.