Generalised Anxiety Disorder – Do you suffer from constant worry, constant nervousness or constant feelings of anxiety? If so, you may be suffering from generalised anxiety disorder.
People who have generalised anxiety disorder do not have the sudden, unexplained and overwhelmingly anxious feelings that a person with panic attacks experiences – instead it’s like a constant undercurrent of anxious feeling. You probably worry about everything that other people worry about but your worry is magnified out of proportion to theirs.
The Origins Of Anxiety
So, where does anxiety come from? Well the answer to that is completely individual to you. It could have originated in some event or conversation where you experience things being outside of your control – examples might be
- Witnessing a parent under the influence of alcohol and feeling scared or upset
- Unexpectedly being criticised in front of your classmates by a teacher
- Constantly experiencing the anger outbursts of a person you are in a relationship with
These are just examples – the originating incident could be more or less severe than these examples
Generalised Anxiety Disorder Symptoms
The symptoms of generalised anxiety disorder are commonplace feeling that everyone has – the only difference is that the person who suffers from GAD is these thoughts and feelings are excessive, they intrude on their activity to perform normally at their job and in their social or personal life , they are difficult to get rid of and they limit your life in some way.
Here are some of the more recogniseable symptoms of generalised anxiety disorder.
- Constant, uncontrollable worry
- Can’t stop thinking about things that make you anxious
- Constant feelings of dread and a need to know what’s happening in the future
- Inability to relax, focus or concentrate
- Putting off or even avoiding things that could make you anxious
- Problems sleeping or staying asleep because of inability to shut off thoughts
- Physical feelings and sensations such as nausea, diarrhoea, muscle tightness, etc.
“Coming to see Paul was a wonderful learning experience. After eight sessions of hypnosis I am now totally different than I used to be – I am much more relaxed, I’ve gained control over my thoughts and those constant anxious feelings have gone away. It feels brilliant to be finally free of all that.”
John – Bishopstown
Effective Solutions With Hypnotherapy
Hypnotherapy can help you to overcome your generalised anxiety disorder symptoms. You’ll learn how to relax, how to generate those relaxed feelings on demand, take control of your anxiety and resolve the issues and experiences that lie at the root of the problem.
I offer a free initial consultation so that you can come along and meet with me in person, discuss your anxiety problem and find out how hypnotherapy can successfully help you. I’ll explain all about hypnotherapy, what you can expect, how many sessions you’ll need, etc. This meeting will take approximately one hour and as the name suggests, it is completely free of charge.
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