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About anxiety... counselling banbury counselling counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling counselling banbury          It is part of the human condition to experience anxiety; to worry about life with all its inherent problems and difficulties. These worries usually come and go and are about a particular event or problem. However with anxiety there may be no specific subject. The worry does not go away but remains, often increasing to the extent of becoming anxious about anxiety itself. Some symptoms of anxiety are: banbury anxiety, banbury anxiety witney anxiety, counselling,

  • loss of energy, concentration, sleep or appetite
  • loss of control including trembling, sweating, shaking and a need to use the toilet more
  • withdrawal from social contact as behaviour becomes dominated by anxiety
  • dwelling on the impact of anticipated negative events
  • symptoms of anxiety can often interact with each other to create a cycle

Anxiety feeds on fear. It can run in families as a result of learnt behaviour or be the result of a genetic pre-disposition. A traumatic experience or illness can often lead to anxiety, as can the use of drugs, both prescribed or illegal. banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, banbury counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, banbury                     How can therapy help? witney counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, witney counselling, witney             The root cause of anxiety is often fear. Therapy may be able to help you confront this fear and understand where it has come from. This can be done by understanding your triggers for anxiety and also by becoming aware of your own individual strengths and weaknesses.oxfordshire, counselling banbury, counselling banbury, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, counselling witney, banbury anxiety, banbury anxiety, banbury counselling, witney counselling, banbury anxiety, witney anxiety, banbury          Contact us... counselling banbury counselling banbbury counselling banbury counselling banbury counselling banbur                    The content of this page is for general information only. In relation to your specific circumstance please feel free to contact us for an informal chat. banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, banbury counselling, anxiety

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