Fear and anxiety are normal and helpful human emotions that help us deal with danger. However, some people experience excessive and irrational worries that become constant and disturbing, interfering with their daily lives. This may indicate an anxiety disorder. Often there appears to be no apparent or logical reason for the way the person feels. This may make an anxiety disorder even more worrying to the patient.
The main features of an anxiety disorder are chronic and distressing fears that interfere with daily living. Other symptoms of an anxiety disorder may include avoidance behavior, physical anxiety reactions (nausea, sweating, faintness, rapid heartbeat, difficulty breathing, and trembling), and panic attacks or a fear of these.
Here at Refresh Recovery, we will guide you and teach you the tools to cope with anxiety.