Anxiety/Panic Attacks and treatment

Anxiety is defined as nervousness, apprehension, and self-doubt that may or may not be associated with real-life stressors. Everyone experiences some level of anxiety periodically, but when feelings of dread and worry are unfocused, overwhelming, recurring, and not directly linked to stressful events, anxiety can leave a person severely impaired.


Anxiety symptoms include: obtrusive, obsessive, worried thoughts, confusion and difficulty concentrating, pacing or restlessness, irritability, frustration, and despair.


A person with anxiety may feel tense, with uncomfortable physical sensations such as trembling, sweating, a racing heartbeat, nausea, and difficulty breathing. 

The severe and sudden onset of such symptoms is often indicative of a panic attack. 

Anxiety is at the root of many mental health conditions, including panic attacks and phobias, and it is often directly correlated with other conditions, such as obsessions & compulsions, posttraumatic stress, and depression.

Because anxiety can interfere with relationships, sleeping patterns, eating habits, work, school, and routine activities, anxiety is one of the most common reasons people seek therapy, and effective therapy can significantly reduce or eliminate symptoms associated with anxiety in a relatively short time, allowing a person to resume regular activities and regain a sense of control.

If you would like to talk to us about relieving and overcoming anxiety/panic attacks call Sam/Nicky or Alan on 0151 345 4630 / 07951 041 532 to make an appointment. 

Free Consultations are available.