Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD)

If you frequently have feelings of nervousness, worry, apprehension or stress surrounding everyday tasks and events – you may be experiencing a generalised form of anxiety. You may have negative thoughts that dominate the way you go about your daily life that make you feel, for no real or tangible reason, that ‘the worst’ is going to happen. Some people that experience this form of anxiety describe themselves as having a preoccupying, debilitating feeling of ‘constantly worrying’ or being ‘paralysed by fear’.

Generalised, non-specific anxiety is a recognised condition by the name of Generalised Anxiety Disorder (GAD). If you believe you are being affected by GAD - you are not alone. The disorder is thought to affect 5% of the population.

When taking the courage to share how they feel with others, a lot of people with GAD have told us of the misinterpretation and lack of sensitivity they have received in response. We guarantee that we will not judge you, we will listen to you and will do all we can to help you.

Based on our many years of experience in treating anxiety disorders, we are able to help you break the cycle of fear and worry. When your anxiety is affecting your life to the extent its constant intrusion leaves you reaching out for help, we will be there for you. Our treatment and therapy day programme at Schoen Clinic is designed to improve your insights into your feelings of anxiety and help you build skills to reduce and eliminate them.

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