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  • Writer's pictureVictoria Proctor


Anxiety is a perfectly normal part of life at certain times. For example, one might feel some mild anxiety in a job interview or exam. However, if these feelings begin to spill out into your everyday life, it can become extremely unpleasant or frightening. You may need to seek out help to regain control over your thoughts and feelings. Symptoms of anxiety can typically affect both your thoughts and your body.

How anxiety affects your thoughts

  • You feel restless, worried or panicky

  • Unable to concentrate or sleep

  • Unable to switch off

  • Your mind feels as thought it's constantly 'on'

  • You feel uneasy, fearful or an impending feeling of doom

How anxiety affects you physically

  • Nervous or shaky

  • Heart palpitations or dizziness

  • Out of breath

  • Restless and unable to relax or unwind

  • Panic attacks

With some fairly simple brain retraining exercises, I can help you to retrain your mind not to be anxious, thereby helping you to feel calmer, happier and more in control.

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