Anxiety


People usually think of anxiety as something that happens in their minds, but anxiety affects the whole body. The video below talks about hyperventilation, and how it can lead to anxious feelings. This is just one example of how what our bodies are doing can affect what the mind is doing. 


Anxiety changes the way that you think and feel, but it can also involve headaches, digestion issues, breathing problems, insomnia, weight problems, and cardiovascular issues. The good news is that because anxiety is not just in your head, it can often be treated physiologically. Changing your body's physiology has the potential to decrease and eliminate anxiety, and noticeable results often occur during the first session.

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By Johns Hopkins Medicine
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD)
By The Mayo Clinic
Anxiety disorders - Symptoms and causes
By The Cleveland Clinic
Anxiety Disorders