While it is perfectly reasonable for all of us to feel some unease and anxiety throughout our lives, there is no reason why these feelings should dominate your life in any way. No one likes the feeling of anxiousness overwhelming them at different moments during the day to the point where it takes over their life and inhibits the ability to work, have relationships, and lead a productive, happy life. While worry is natural, the constant worry that affects you physically and psychologically is not. Learning the best ways to manage your anxiety in Los Angeles can help improve your life dramatically, and we at the Trauma and Beyond Psychological Center ® can offer you the tools and support you need.
The Physical Reality of Anxiety
Anxiety can cause genuine physical symptoms. When you are feeling anxious your brain is telling your body there is something to worry about, and danger is imminent. Your body does not distinguish between different types of danger and responds to these “threats” with physical reactions. Symptoms like panic attacks, shortness of breath, headaches, or even the feeling that you are having a heart attack are all real to you and can take a physical toll on you.
Learning to Manage Anxiety
Here at Trauma and Beyond Psychological Center ®, we can help you to calm your nervous system, and the physical symptoms of anxiety with our anxiety treatment approach in Los Angeles. Our trained professional therapists will help you explore the reasons and causes of your worries and stress so you can better understand where these feelings are coming from. We can then work with you on learning methods that will help you calm your emotions and cope with anxiety so that it does not cause severe disruption to you.
Don’t Let Anxiety Rule Your Life
Anxiety should not rule your life. Anxiety treatment in Los Angeles at Trauma and Beyond Psychological Center ® will give you the ability to reduce your symptoms and take better control of your life. Phone us at (818) 651-0725 to speak with us and receive a free consultation, and make arrangements for an assessment appointment so we can begin helping you overcome anxiety. Alternatively, you can send us a message via our online contact form. Just fill it with your details and your inquiry so we can get back to you as soon as possible.