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Generalised Anxiety (Worry)

We all know what it’s like to feel anxious from time to time. It’s common to feel tense, nervous and perhaps fearful at the thought of a stressful event or decision you’re facing – especially if it could have a big impact on your life. It incorporates both the emotions and the physical sensations we might experience when we are worried or nervous about something. It’s sometimes hard to know when it’s becoming a problem for you – but if your feelings of anxiety are very strong, or last for a long time, it can be overwhelming.

If anxiety is affecting your ability to live your life the way you’d like to, it’s worth thinking about ways to help yourself, and what kind of treatments are available.

How common is Anxiety?

  • Anxiety affects one 1 in 10 adults at some stage in their lifetime
  • twice as many women as men are affected
  • it commonly develops in one’s 20s and can also be found in older adults
  • Anxiety affects 4% of the population.

How can we help?

We provide a range of free interventions that can help reduce anxiety and its symptoms. It really does depend on individual needs and circumstances- so we can offer you an assessment to help decided on the best possible intervention for you

This can be either individually, as part of a group or over the telephone

To speak to someone in confidence for advice or to arrange an appointment please contact our team on Freephone Tel:0800 230 0688

For further information click on the link below

NHS Conditions – Anxiety

Other Difficulties

Self Help Resources

Take a look at some of the websites and apps that can support you.

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