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Levels of Anxiety

If you have low anxiety, that is usually a good thing - it's normal. At the same time, causes of anxiety vary greatly and you may have learned to cope with or mask various symptoms. Too little anxiety suggests that you may be detached from yourself, others or your environment in general.

With moderate anxiety, your body may be trying to tell you something. There might be patterns present in how and why you experience symptoms. You may have conflict management issues that need to be addressed. Responsibilities in the workplace often involve stress and anxiety (such as public speaking). Discovering calming techniques, to use on the spot, may help lessen the anxiety and improve your productivity. Chances are, you are able to cope yet may want to be proactive in lessening anxiety in your life.

Significant anxiety, such as panic attacks may be a cause for concern. Look for patterns and circumstances around the symptoms that you have a greater degree of reaction to. If your anxiety spikes or persists over time, it is an indication that your mental health, emotional wellbeing and possibly personal clarity is not optimal. Is a part of your life limited or not happening because you are working around an anxiety or a phobia? Helena will help you discover ways to overcome fear.


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