Dr Gordon F Gatiss (PhD, MA, PGCE, PGDHP)
Existential People Centered Hypnotherapist and Psychotherapist
Established since 2002
MNRHP ... RAGPH
Tel: 01207 593679

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Anxiety, Worry and Fear

Control Fear & Anxiety Consett, County Durham, Newcastle upon Tyne, Darlington, covering the North East.

Help and assistance with eliminating Anxiety & Fear

Effective Control over Anxiety North East

 

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I have developed a Tool which records the client's feelings at the start of therapy. This enables me to measure the effectiveness of my therapeutic programme in a dynamic and powerful way throughout the process. This is hard evidence that my programme of healing and change really works. All it takes is full participation in the programme.

Generalised anxiety disorder (or GAD) is characterised by excessive exaggerated anxiety, anger, and worry about everyday life events with no obvious reasons. People with symptoms of generalised anxiety disorder tend to always expect disaster and can't stop worrying about health, money, family, work, or school. In people with GAD, the worry often is unrealistic or out of proportion for the situation. Daily life becomes a constant state of worry, fear, and dread. Eventually, the anxiety so dominates the person's thinking that it interferes with daily functioning, including work, school, social activities, and relationships. Often anger is an outward sign of anxiety and stress. People who suffer with Autism often suffer with acute anxiety and fear.

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What Are the Symptoms of GAD?
GAD affects the way a person thinks, but the anxiety can lead to physical symptoms, as well. Symptoms of GAD can include:

Chest pain                                                            Anger                                              Numbness or tingling

Rapid or pounding heart                                         Trembling or shaking                        Unrealistic View of problems

Chills or flushes                                                    Dizziness                                        Irritability

Sweating                                                              Breathlessness                               Muscle tension

Nausea                                                                Fear of dying                                   Difficulty concentrating

Fear of losing control                                            Fear of choking                                Tiredness