Learn to manage stress and anxiety

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Are you one of the 40 million Americans who suffer from anxiety?

If you have anxiety, you know it because anxiety feels horrible. And you don't have to suffer from it any longer. Anxiety symptoms include: 

  • Excessive worry or rumination about small or big problems; 
  • Feeling restless, irritable, discontent, or on edge; 
  • Sleep disturbances and 
  • Then getting into a pattern of feeling fatigued during the day; 
  • Muscle tension; or 
  • Difficulty concentrating or feeling like your mind is in a fog.

Anxiety is the most common of all mood disorders. Anxiety can be effectively treated with a combination of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and learning relaxation skills

Anxiety can be a complex disorder and is more than being overly worried. Anxiety is sometimes part of the body's early warning system for underlying health disorders which may need to be addressed.

If you have experienced the symptoms of anxiety for more than 2 months, then talking to a counselor may be the right step for you to take to help you develop a plan to treat it. 


Brenda Henning, MS, LPC