Anxiety is one of the most common symptoms.
What are the long-term effects of anxiety?
If you have felt anxious for a long time or you’re frequently anxious, you may experience additional effects in your mind and body, such as:
- problems sleeping
- digestive disorders
Anxiety Fear and Possible Treatment
Anxiety fear is an intense feeling of fear produced to an individual despite the absence of any real threat. This type of irrational fear affects many adults and the situations that could produce severe levels of anxiety fear can result in panic attacks. Therefore, those who suffer from this are recommended to respond or look for proper ways of dealing with the situation since it is potentially dangerous. Aside from that, the person suffering from an anxiety attack lacks the ability to think clearly or loses connection with reality.
To deal with anxiety fear, a person must first realise that he or she has a choice in the way they respond to the stimulus of fear. Knowing this will immensely alter and re-frame the way you look at fear. Now, you will be able to gain power over your fear instead of being controlled by it. Because if not, then fear always finds a way to create negative impacts on your brain and the way you perceive things. Look at fear in a different light, so that it does not produce the same anxious feeling as it usually does on you.
Q. Can any one achieve hypnosis?
A. Most people may, providing (a) they wish to be hypnotised and (b) they understand the things that they need to do in order to achieve the hypnotic state. (see more)