Anxiety is a very common condition which involves a recurrent distressed feeling typically associated with worry, discomfort, and apprehension which can have emotional, physical and behavioural effects on us.
Any one of us, regardless of gender, age, or our background can be impacted by anxiety. However to help ease this impact, you can access information and support to help manage it.

Emotional Impact

Physical Impact

If you are concerned about anxiety, first of all, chat to your GP. In the meantime you could attempt to recognise parts of your life which may bring on anxiety or which may be causing you feelings of stress. Other helpful strategies which can potentially help can be breathing exercises, light physical exercise, meditation and mindfulness.

However talking therapy has shown to be effective in managing anxiety. By uncovering underlying causes, and exploring feelings and thoughts, worries can gradually become less frightening and we can learn to cope better in our day-to-day lives. Counselling and therapy relies on you making a commitment. However one you begin that journey towards easing anxiety, many have said that are glad that they did.

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