Symptoms of Anxiety Disorders

A person experiencing symptoms of an anxiety disorder can experience mild to severe suffereing from these symptoms. Suffering requires care, commpassion, understanding, empathy and support to alleviate and overcome their difficulties and distress.

It is not as simple as telling them to get up and get on. They will need time to identify and access the right resources or professional interventions to regain their inner strength to be their best.

It is useful to remember is that anxiety is not a thing. It does not have a life of its own and its not an object to own. If you own it it will own you. If you make it a thing and own it you will give it a lot of your attention.” How symptoms of anxiety is viewed determines if we take responsibility for healing and recovering from what anxiety is a set of symptoms.

Individuals who see the symptoms costing them more than they benefit are more likely to take steps to recover their motivation and become more active, functional and productive and at peace- freer from distress.

Anxiety is a group of stmptoms that you experience and cause you distress. When combined, these symptoms cause you to feel mentally, emotionally and physically unwell. Experiencing these combined symptoms can cause you to lose the drive, sense of purpose, enjoyment and limits engagement in daily activities further causing a lack of energy and lack of achievement.

The symptoms will cause you to feel slow hyper due to increased adrenaline being relaesed in the blood stream of the body. You might find that outwardly you have become isolated, withdrawn, avoid communication and challenge interpersonal relationship and social activities.

In your mind you will be chewing over the future, making plans or predictions on how to avoid the symptoms. You may feel angry and irritable, ashamed or gulity, and become low mood.

Symptoms of anxiety can cause or trigger symptoms of depression as symptoms of depression can cause symptoms of anxiety and result in low self esteem. The symptoms can exist on their own or separately.

At Cognitive Behavioural Transformation, we will teach you skills and interventions to treat the mental and other behaviours and develop and awareness of how the disorder presents.

Anxiety symptom management 

  • Generalised anxiety 
    • Health anxiety
    • Post trauma symptoms-(PTSD)
    • Social anxiety 
    • Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (ÒCD)
    • Panic disorder
    • Anger management 
    • Post domestic violence and abuse intervention


Clients can access the service by contacting me by email: or telephone: 07985228509.