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Anxiety

Anxiety is a normal and healthy reaction to perceived threat that everyone experiences. For some people though, this reaction is out of proportion to the actual circumstances and exists through most areas of their day-to-day life, Common symptoms include: difficulty concentrating, difficulty sleeping, being easily tired, having tense, tight or sore muscles and feeling restless. (Includes social anxiety, generalised anxiety, panic attacks and obsessive compulsive disorder.)


Updated Jan 2016