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Overcome Anxiety – Personal Coaching

Problematic Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal emotional response. It's a key part of our inbuilt survival system. It is a warning signal of a potential dangerous or challenging situation. It enables us to prepare for those situations.

Anxiety manifests as a combination of three experiences: thoughts, physical sensations and behaviours.

Anxiety becomes problematic when it starts to interfere with our daily lives and/or our ability to function normally. Problematic anxiety is called a disorder. There are a range of anxiety disorders including: general anxiety disorder, panic disorder, social anxiety disorder, specific phobias, PTSD.

The symptoms of Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD) manifest as a sense that bad stuff is happening or about to happen. People suffering from GAD often report some of the following symptoms:

  • Constant worry
  • Fear or confusion
  • Poor concentration
  • An inability to relax
  • Physical - upset stomach, muscle tension, physical weakness, palpatations
  • Shortness of breath

These symptoms can cause a person to feel extremely uncomfortable, out of control and helpless.

Overcoming problematic anxiety

Overcoming problematic anxiety requires a solution focused approach that addresses the three elements of anxiety -  thoughts, physical sensations and behaviours.

  • Take control of unhelpful worrying
  • Take control of negative self talk
  • Take control of cognitive distortions
  • Develop skills to cope with physical sensations
  • Build helpful behavioural habits and break unhelpful ones

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Important: If you are experiencing problematic anxiety or stress I recommend you consult your GP or healthcare provider in the first instance to find out if your anxiety could be related to your physical health. Your doctor can check for signs of an underlying medical condition that may need treatment.