Experiencing anxiety from time to time is a normal part of life. However, sometimes worries and fears can be a constant part of your life, affecting what you do. Symptoms can include low mood, confidence and sociability or feeling frustrated and angry and can also be accompanied by physical symptoms such as palpitations, rapid breathing or sleeplessness. In a panic attack, these symptoms increase and you can feel very frightened and out of control.
Therapy can help you with anxiety and panic attacks by helping you to find strategies for managing these situations. You can also explore what is behind or triggering your anxious feelings and explore alternative responses.