counselling for depression and anxiety
Anxiety can have a ripple effect. It may start off small but can quickly escalate, quickly building up and spiralling out of control. Stress builds to anxiety and can affect our ability to think straight. It’s these thoughts that act as a catalyst and activate negative feelings. These feelings, in turn, activate our belief system and it’s our belief systems that trigger and stimulate our behaviour.
Depression and Anxiety Therapy In Mansfield, Ashfield and Nottinghamshire
Depression can take on many forms, from bipolar, to postnatal. The fact remains that depression in any guise can be debilitating and can affect you physically as well as mentally. You may have an overwhelming feeling of worthlessness, feel very lethargic and even find it almost impossible to control negative thoughts. If you’re experiencing any of the above, then it’s time to find help.
Although you can experience similar symptoms, anxiety is different to depression and the treatment of both can differ. Severe anxiety can lead to panic attacks, sweats and may also trigger shaking and an overwhelming nauseous feeling in your stomach. Don’t fight anxiety on your own. Seek help and talk about your problems with someone you can trust.