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Anxiety is a very common and, sometimes, healthy reaction when we sense a threat or find ourselves in a worrying situation. Anxiety can become a problem when it interferes with our performance or everyday lives.

We can start to feel an overwhelming sense of uneasiness, either generally, or in relation to a specific situation.

At these times we may experience physical feelings of anxiety including an increased heart rate, difficulty breathing, shakes, and dizziness, tightness in the chest, nausea, muscular pain, and headaches.

Anxiety is often also associated with worrying thoughts, difficulties in sleeping and concentration, and a loss of self-confidence.

Psychological therapy can teach new ways to manage and reduce anxiety.

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