Generalised anxiety disorder (GAD) will have you feeling on edge, anxious and worried either constantly or for long periods of time. And whilst we all have worries and stresses from time to time, if you struggle with GAD you are likely to find that you move from one worry to another and that your mind feels like it never ‘switches off’.
You may feel irritable and be having trouble concentrating and it can impact on other areas of your life such as your eating, sleeping and general sense of wellbeing.
You may feel like your mind is on high alert all the time and when you do worry about something, it may feel out of proportion to the thing you are thinking about. So how can you start to overcome generalised anxiety disorder?
In this article I’ll be giving you 7 of the most effective ways to take control over your anxiety.
Because if you’ve been struggling with anxiety, worry and panic, you may have tried many different approaches to find calmness and relief. And because there is so much information out there, it can be hard to know which advice and strategies to consistently adopt for the best result.
So if you are looking for practical ways to control your anxiety then read on…