Most people feel anxious from time to time. Stressful situations such as meeting tight deadlines or important social obligations often make us nervous or fearful. Most people who experience mild anxiety find it helpful by becoming focused on facing challenging or threatening circumstances. Although, individuals who experience extreme fear and worry which does not subside may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. How do we know when it becomes a disorder? If you find the worry and panic interfering with your daily functioning it might be an indicator. Some of the symptoms you could look out for are feelings of panic, fear, and uneasiness, problems sleeping, cold or sweaty hands or feet, shortness of breath, heart palpitations, not being able to be still and calm, dry mouth and numbness or tingling in the hands or feet. If you think you might be having an anxiety disorder or find that you might be ending up with one it’s always better to talk to qualified professional regarding it. Individuals suffering from high anxiety find it extremely stressful to function normally and to carry out simple day to day things without ruminating about what could go wrong or how the outcome would be. High anxiety levels have shown to affect the mind and body in a very harmful way. About 60% women are more likely to have anxiety disorder than men. Your risk can increase with stressful life experiences. Suffering from a serious medical condition or a substance abuse problem can also lead to anxiety disorder.
This pack is specifically designed to provide proactive support for individuals who think they are experiencing high anxiety or who think they may border on developing high anxiety. Yes, anyone can derive immense benefit from this pack.
Every individual is unique. Your care provider will work with you to establish a plan. Identify what issues are bothering you and what the causes or triggers are and set goals and action plan with your care provider.