Anxiety and Panic Attacks Counselling

By: Insights and Therapeutic Solutions  19-Oct-2012
Keywords: Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Worries, we all have them! They help us to figure out what we want and help us to protect ourselves from negative things that may happen to us. There is always something uncomfortable in our lives. People we have to face, decisions we have to make, things we have to do that are difficult, etc, etc. Usually with time and by talking to our friends and family we can resolve the issues that are bothering us until the next one comes along. When we lose control of our worries and we have tense feelings or unexplained fears that don't go away and our thoughts race and circle around in our minds. We think we are worried about nothing but the feelings of apprehension stays with us leading to restlessness and sleepless nights. When the feelings don't go away, the worries have turned into anxiety. It can be overwhelming and at times terrifying. Ongoing persistent anxiety can turn into panic attacks leaving us paralysed and fearful.

Keywords: Anxiety and Panic Attacks

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