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Anxiety Treatment London – helping you back into emotional control

What is anxiety, and how might anxiety treatment London help?

It’s perfectly natural to worry from time to time, but when worry becomes overwhelming and you begin to feel a constant agitation that won’t go away, it could be time to consider anxiety treatment London as your first choice for  help. Your enquiry will always be answered rapidly and treated sympathetically.

Anxiety can be defined as ‘a response to a perceived threat’. Without this response, we could not survive. All of us need to be able to react to stressful events and emergencies with an immediate surge in energy to enable us to deal with the situation we find ourselves in. This reaction has been called the ‘fight or flight response’.

When a situation occurs that our minds perceive as dangerous, a whole host of complex chemical changes occur in our brains and our bodies. We may experience a surge of energy as adrenaline and other stress hormones are released, often enabling feats of seemingly superhuman strength in moments of crisis. This is how our bodies are designed to react, and the subconscious ‘triggers’ that fire up this response are vital for normal functioning. Problems occur however, when these triggers are not functioning correctly, or when they don’t switch off fully when the situation is no longer dangerous.

The conscious mind may perceive a situation as only mildly threatening, but the subconscious mind may over react and immediately bring the body to a state of full alert. This pattern of behaviour and reaction, once established, becomes a habit and often tends to worsen over time, leaving the sufferer exhausted and increasingly unable to cope.

Their ‘anxiety threshold’ – the point at which the fight or flight response is normally triggered – becomes much lower, and they are in this heightened and very unpleasant state for prolonged periods. This can impact upon every other area of life, and if untreated can lead to depression and many physical ailments as the body finds much of its valuable resources burned up.

Anxiety disorders are one of the most common problems seen by both physicians and therapists. Unresolved anxiety can produce very unpleasant symptoms from insomnia to full-blown panic attacks; or perhaps just a constant feeling of never-ending “worrying”.

*More about Anxiety Treatment London

My approach to anxiety treatment London focuses on discovering the underlying causes of your anxiety where this is appropriate; and by using various techniques such as CBT Therapy, Mindfulness and Hypnotherapy you can learn to address these issues and begin to gently modify the old habitual responses. Another part of my treatment is to teach powerful self-help techniques such as Self Hypnosis to aid relaxation; and which when practised may lead to a much greater state of calm.

I provide anxiety treatment sessions at all my practice locations – in North London in Highgate and in Radlett (Herts). And also from my City of London and South Woodford practices.

Appointments for anxiety treatment can usually be made very quickly; and regular sessions are recommended. To book a session or to discuss how anxiety treatment London may help you with anxiety issues, do please call me now on my direct line: 0800 246 1838 or just get in touch.

*Disclaimer: As is common in therapy, results may vary from individual to individual and no specific outcome can be promised or guaranteed. Your therapist will however, endeavour to accomplish the objective of your sessions to the best of his ability.

Page updated 16.06.2020