Most people experience anxiety at some time. If you have had a stressful day, a lot on your mind, a job interview or a doctor’s appointment, it’s natural to be anxious. In fact, some say that a little anxiety is a good thing. It can heighten your senses, make you more aware and releases adrenaline and other chemicals into your body. This is our natural early warning system, known as the “fight or flight” mechanism, which perceives oncoming danger.
Anxiety, like alcohol, is fine in moderation. When it happens frequently and becomes more severe, it can be a problem, especially when it feels like it has taken over your life. Those worried and anxious all the time may be suffering from an anxiety disorder, where the root of the problem is often in the person’s mind. This is what releases the fight or flight chemicals, that may eventually display physically, in the form of panic attacks, which can be unpleasant.
We at Rehab Guide are dedicated to treating various types of anxiety disorder ranging from general anxiety disorder and post-traumatic stress syndrome to panic disorder and obsessive-compulsive disorder. What these disorders have in common is that the sufferer experiences a heightened sense of anxiety, which if left unchecked, could have a lasting effect on your psychological and physical state.
Symptoms and treatment of anxiety disorders
When treating anxiety, doctors generally prescribe a sedative. However, sedatives are highly addictive and can only be used for a short period of time, and then, when the sufferer has finished taking them, his or her symptoms may return. It is only a short-term solution. At Rehab Guide we look at the bigger picture.
We offer a long-standing treatment for anxiety, using an extensive programme of therapies to meet your specific needs. Rehab Guide can help you overcome your disorder. Along with a treatment which can aid your anxiety by contesting and altering your cognitive thought patterns. Rehab Guide can also employ a mixture of holistic therapies to help you discover natural forms of relaxation as well as offering the latest in specialist trauma therapy, which has been very successful in treating sufferers whose anxiety stems from a traumatic event from their past.
Upset stomach – nausea, vomiting, diarrhoea
Rapid breathing or holding breath
Trembling or shaking
Intense feelings of fear and panic
Feelings of impending doom
Feelings of being detached from the outside world
Poor concentration and attention
We have vast experience in treating a range of anxiety disorders. So why not contact Rehab Guide for the most affordable universal treatment you can find?