Anxiety is an extremely distressing condition for the millions of people who experience it, and can cast a debilitating shadow over your life. Whilst, having concern for issues is positive – as it can yield pragmatic and creative thinking and solutions, being relentlessly pre-occupied with concerns can be hugely detrimental to your health and wellbeing. Constant worrying can also drain you of energy, making you irritable and sometimes isolate you from your loved ones.
People suffering from anxiety often find it difficult to engage in their day-to-day activities which can have a damaging effect on their social and professional lives and can lead to other anxiety related disorders that can cause further psychological damage.
Whilst there are many resources available for people who suffer from anxiety, before using them, it is important to try and understand where the anxiety comes from, and the full extent to which it…
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