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Gryba Phillips - Anxiety

If you suspect that you or one of your family members has anxiety it is important to seek help. People with anxiety worry a lot about everyday things or have fears that interfere with every day routines and activities of life that can cause problems with their social life, school, or work. “Talk therapy” can help people with anxiety but as there are many different types of anxiety, there is not a “one way fits all” treatment approach. Children, teens and adults can have physical symptoms such as headaches, stomach aches or aches and pains that are associated with anxiety. Some people have “mixed” conditions such as an eating disorder (anorexia or bulimia) and anxiety. A variety of approaches help reduce anxiety, including relaxation and mindfulness techniques, exposure therapy for anxiety, and cognitive behavioural therapy.

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