Therapy for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
It’s normal to occasionally worry about a relationship, financial, or health issues. However, people with a generalized anxiety disorder are consumed by excessive worries over these issues. Even if there are trivial matters such as going to an event or shopping for groceries. This constant state of worry can hinder them from performing everyday tasks and in some cases, cause an adverse effect on their physical and mental health.
- Constantly feel restless, irritable, or on edge?
- Have difficulty falling or staying asleep every night?
- Get easily tired and feel fatigued?
- Frequently experience body aches or muscle tension?
- Suffer from diarrhea or gastrointestinal discomfort?
If you find yourself answering yes to two or more questions above, consider seeking therapy to manage your worries or anxiety.
Therapy can help you discover the underlying causes of your fears and worries. The therapist will be teaching you effective ways and providing therapeutic tools to cope with your distress. Hence, allowing you to experience inner peace and calmness. Once again, you can feel relax and enjoying the activities that you have missed. Most importantly, with the help of an experienced therapist, you can learn to live a healthier life, reduce worrisome thoughts, and regain control of your life.