It’s perfectly normal to have feelings of fear or unease when dealing with stressful events in your life, but anxiety can sometimes run out of control - interfering with your day-to-day life.
If you’ve been feeling anxious for a long time or feel your anxiety is excessive, this could indicate a disorder or social phobia.
Our doctors can talk through your issues, provide a diagnosis and if needed, prescribe medication or refer you to a specialist for further treatment.See a Doctor About Anxiety
Having long-term feelings of anxiety can lead to both psychological and physical symptoms, which include:
Prolonged feelings of anxiety cause your brain to produce an excess of stress hormones, which can lead to a range of unpleasant physical symptoms, including:
While it’s tempting to ‘shrug off’ these sort of feelings, if left untreated - long-term feelings of anxiety lead to more serious problems like high blood pressure and a weakened immune system.
If you’re worried about anxiety, or any other mental health issue, don’t delay. Simply hit the button below to talk to a GP right now.