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Regardless of your age or stage of life, anxiety is something that everyone faces to one degree or another. Whether anxiety presents itself in the form of worrying about potentially bad things happening, spiraling thoughts about your self-worth, or it’s something that’s difficult to put your finger on — they’re all unpleasant experiences.
The good news is that anxiety is treatable. Working with a professional therapist at Gentherapy can provide a great stepping stone for getting the anxiety relief you need.
Do You Experience Any of These Anxiety Symptoms?
Anxiety can manifest in many forms, but some of the most common symptoms of anxiety include:
Having a sense of impending danger, panic or doom
Restlessness or feeling on-edge
Feeling constantly tired or fatigued
Disturbances to sleep, including trouble falling asleep or staying asleep
Experiencing more than one of these symptoms for an extended period of time, you may be struggling with anxiety. Recognizing how anxiety symptoms may be affecting your daily life is the first step toward getting help and regaining control.
Tele-Therapy for Anxiety
If you’re struggling with anxiety, telehealth therapy with Michel Bordeau may be an effective next step for identifying your symptoms and triggers for anxiety. During these sessions, we’ll get to the root of what is causing your anxiety and develop a plan to take meaningful steps forward so that you can begin to see improvement in your daily life and the lessening of your symptoms.
Types of Anxiety Disorders
Not all anxiety disorders are the same. Michel Bordeau can help you identify what type of anxiety you’re struggling with, including:
Generalized Anxiety Disorder:
Typically display excessive anxiety or worry on most days for at least six months due to a number of things, including health, work, social life, and daily circumstances.
Individuals suffer from recurrent and unexpected panic attacks, characterized as episodes of intense fear and anxiety. These can occur unexpectedly or via a trigger.
This relates to an intense fear of or an aversion to certain objects or situations that is out of proportion to the actual danger being presented.