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If you have been diagnosed with any anxiety disorder or you suffer from any of the following symptoms, come in and talk to us, we can help.


  1. If you have a long-lasting non-specific fear and worry; you are overly concerned with everyday issues; and in addition you feel restless, irritable, tension, palpitations, headaches fatigue and sleeplessness, you may be suffering from Generalized Anxiety Disorder.

  2. If you experience excessive terrifying fear when you come in contact with an animal, object, subject, circumstance or procedure, and if your overwhelming fear unproportional to the actual potential danger, you may be suffering from a Phobia. 

  3. If you experience intense fear and avoidance of negative public scrutiny, humiliation, embarrassment, or social interaction characterized by excessive blushing, sweating and difficulty in speaking, you may be experiencing Social Anxiety. 

  4. If you experience fear and uncertainty in specific situations (a tight space for example) or about momentous life change (getting married for example, you may have Situational Anxiety. 

  5. If you experience brief spells of sudden and abrupt terror and apprehension with trembling, shaking nausea, dizziness and/or difficulty breathing, you may be suffering from Panic Attacks


If you have been diagnosed with any anxiety disorder or experience any of the symptoms described above, it is very important to seek professional help as soon as possible. Symptoms of anxiety disorders may seem to you like everyday healthy worrying, but anxiety disorders involve more than temporary worry or fear. They do not go away and can get worse over time. They also often interfere with daily activities such as job performance, school work, and relationships. 

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