Posts filed under: anxiety

When I am working with individuals who experience anxiety, trauma and other stress I often encourage them to rely on themselves to cope. People come to counselling in search of support around managing their anxiety and stress but the real...
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Over the years I have learned when dealing with a generalized anxiety disorder it can be helpful for one to learn how to relax themselves. Even more important a form of Deep Muscle Relaxation can be helpful. To use this...
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I have been asked by time to time what is the difference between anxiety and a panic attack? Anxiety is actually a normal body reaction to danger. It produces adrenaline which allows us to have a fight or flight reaction....
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As we head back into the ‘routine’ of the fall, back to work, back to school, back to keeping a tighter schedule around bedtime and wake ups we are starting to feel more anxious about it all.  Anxiety comes in...
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