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What are the symptoms of Anxiety?

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What are the symptoms of Anxiety?

Most people have heard of the mental-emotional term known as ‘Anxiety’ but unsurprisingly most do not quite understand what exactly the term ‘Anxiety’ means and are also unaware of the wide ranging symptoms related to the mental-emotional state known as ‘Anxiety’.

In most cases people struggling with ‘Anxiety’ initially have absolutely no idea and can easily mistake their ‘Anxiety’ symptoms for an unidentifiable physical medical condition. They may often spend many costly hours and days at doctors appointments and hospital A&E departments because the symptoms they are experiencing are so pronounced and feel very real and extremely distressful.

Then after being checked out by medical professionals and doctors many times and each time given the all clear physically people can become very confused because they are told it’s probably ‘Anxiety’ and told to take it easy and maybe offered some medication or counselling.

If only it was that simple!

 

Are you experiencing any of the following symptoms?

    Mental-Emotional Symptoms Include

  • Mind Racing, Overwhelmed, Trapped, Irritable, Restless, Tense
  • Poor Concentration, Forgetful, Oversleep, Insomnia, Exhausted
  • Intrusive Thoughts, Avoid Situations, Wanting to Escape-Flee
  • OCD, Paranoia, Panic Attacks, PTSD, Fears-Phobias, Depression

    Physical Symptoms Include

  • Muscle Tension-Pain, Numbness, Twitches, Tingling, Trembling
  • Headaches, Dizziness, Disoriented, Vertigo, Light-Headed
  • Heart Palpitations, Indigestion, Shortness of Breath, Sweating
  • Sickness-Nausea, Knot in Stomach, IBS, Excessive Bathroom Use

Maybe you like many people have tried other methods to cope with ‘Anxiety’ such as self-help, medication, counselling, psychotherapy, hypnotherapy, NLP or CBT with limited results?

 

If you or someone you know would like more specific advice about this or any other mental-emotional issue or personal development issue, please feel free to contact us for a courtesy chat and one of our Advanced Mind Coaching Specialists would be delighted to advise and help you.


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What is the difference between Anxiety and Depression?



What is the difference between Anxiety and Depression?


Anxiety, dictionary definition:

A feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease about something with an uncertain outcome. “She felt a surge of anxiety.”

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Depression, dictionary definition:

A feeling of severe despondency and dejection. “He felt like he was in a deep depression.”
 

Depression Versus Anxiety by Harold Cohen PhD.

psychcentral.com/depression-versus-anxiety
 

Advanced Mind Coaching definition of Anxiety:

Anxiety: The specific state of being in which a person can feel a variety of intense feelings such as mind racing, nervousness, tension and unease.

This precise state known as “anxiety” occurs because the subconscious, emotional part of a person’s mind is in a habit/practice of choosing to obsessively worry about themselves, their life, other people or the world around them in a specific way.

This anxious mindset habit/practice is predominantly related to the future and imagined future experiences and is generally beyond their conscious control.

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Advanced Mind Coaching definition of Depression:

Depression: The specific state of being in which a person can feel a variety of intense feelings such as frustration, anger, resentment, injustice, sadness, low-mood, lethargy and ultimately depression.

This precise state of “depression” occurs because the subconscious, emotional part of a person’s mind is in a habit/practice of choosing to obsessively focus on “historical negative life experiences” in a specific way.

The depressive mindset habit/practice is predominantly related to the past and remembered past experiences and is generally beyond their conscious control.

It’s important to note that sometimes when a person is struggling with chronic anxiety, they can also experience feelings of frustration, hopelessness, sadness and low-mood because they are unable to perceive a resolution for their mental-emotional issue.


If you or someone you know would like more specific advice about this or any other mental-emotional issue or personal development issue, please feel free to contact us for a courtesy chat and one of our Advanced Mind Coaching Specialists would be delighted to advise and help you.


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