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Anxiety Disorder Therapy in Atlanta

Learn How to Manage Anxiety & Live More Comfortably

Do you have a difficult time in stressful situations? Do you frequently find yourself feeling nauseous or dizzy when going out or making plans? You may be dealing with an anxiety disorder. Anxiety occurs when people are faced with dangerous or stressful situations. While this is normal, some people experience anxiety differently. A person with an anxiety disorder may have a difficult time talking to people, feeling comfortable in large crowds, or even going to the grocery store. There are many ways anxiety can affect someone, and no two people are guaranteed to experience it the same way.

You don’t have to live with an anxiety disorder. There are many therapy approaches to treating these conditions that can help you feel more at ease in difficult situations. Dr. Tina A. Watson is an experienced anxiety therapist trained in cognitive behavioral therapy for depression, anxiety, and insomnia. Call our offices today at (404) 800-4977 for an appointment.

How Do I Know If I Have an Anxiety Disorder?

What separates anxiety disorders from normal stress and worries? It is not unusual for someone with an anxiety disorder to blame themselves for their fears- viewing it as some personal failing that they should be able to fix. If you ever feel that anxiety or fear is keeping you from living your life to the fullest, then you should consider speaking with a trustworthy therapist. Just discussing the fears you feel can help be helpful in identifying a possible anxiety disorder and finding constructive solutions.

The following are some signs and behaviors that may indicate an anxiety disorder:

  • Avoiding social interactions even in situations that sound appealing
  • Experiencing shortness of breath when thinking of situations or plans that seem stressful
  • Avoiding places or situations because you worry they will be stressful
  • Difficulty sleeping
  • Feeling shortness of breath, increased heart rate, and a feeling like you might faint (panic attacks) in stressful situations
  • Frequently thinking thoughts that increase stress and anxiety
  • Difficulty making decisions out of fear that you will make the wrong one
  • Worrying about your worries and either dwelling on them or avoiding thinking about them at all costs

Anxiety disorders can make it difficult to live and simply punishing yourself by thinking “these wouldn’t be problems for a normal person” only makes the situation worse. Like anyone with a disorder, people with anxiety disorders deserve, and can greatly benefit from help.

Call (404) 800-4977 or contact Tina A. Watson & Associates, LLC online to schedule an appointment with a therapist experienced in anxiety treatment in Atlanta.

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