Therapy For Anxiety In Hull
Therapy For AnxietyOur therapy is designed to combat your anxiety, stress and panic disorders using tried and tested therapy techniques and life coaching tips. We have helped hundreds of people reduce their negative feelings and unhelpful thought patterns that feed your symptoms. Our highly recommended and experienced therapists support you through any problem you bring to the sessions, no matter how small. We have centres in Hull, Anlaby & Hedon so there is one easy to get to. There are always plenty of available appointments for you during the day, evening or weekend so we can see you as soon as you like.
Cycle Of Anxiety
Anxiety is a mental and physical reaction in response to fear of a threat, or something going wrong in the future. This is also known as the "Fight or Flight" response. Normal anxiety is helpful because it protects us against danger and focuses our attention on potential problems or issues. Most of us are anxious about certain situations, such as being in debt or beginning a new job. These feelings should go away and this is normal.
Your experience body and mind changes during your "Flight or Fight" response to confront or flee from the danger. For some, this response is more difficult to control and can be triggered too easily and often when there is no real threat to you. If your anxiety remains even when this is over the difficult situation may mean that your anxiety is a problem. Luckily, while anxiety disorders can pose enormous challenges in a person's life, they are disorders that are eminently treatable. With proper care and therapy people who have anxiety disorders are able to lead productive, happy lives.
Cycle Of Anxiety
Anxiety disorder is getting worse because of the "Cycle Of Anxiety". In order not to have to go through the uncomfortable symptoms of an Anxiety episode you avoid the situations that cause your fear. By avoiding that situation you have a short term feeling of relief. Your Anxiety worsens as you understand avoidance makes the feeling of relief stronger and therefore you are more anxious that you have to avoid it. The cycle continues.
How Did It Start?We don't know exactly what causes an anxiety disorder to start but it is understood to be a combination of risk factors including: Historic Trauma & Abuse Personality Type Copying Parental Behaviour Stressful Events Poor Health Caffeine & Alchohol Fear Of Losing Control Illegal Drugs Genetics Life Experiences Caffeine & Alchohol Illegal Drugs Medical Factors
This Therapy Helps:Generalised Anxiety Anxiety & Panic Attacks Social Anxiety Work Anxiety Depression Stress Financial Anxiety Health Anxiety Performance Anxiety Separation Anxiety Phobias Worry