Anxiety Therapy In New Jersey

Is Stress, Worry & Anxiety Taking Over Your Life?

Do you worry constantly about what may or may not happen? Perhaps you went through a distressing event recently or in your past, such as an accident, illness, termination, breakup, or something else, and you just haven’t felt like yourself since. You may feel on edge, overwhelmed, exhausted, or maybe even depressed from fighting intrusive negative thoughts that you can’t seem to control.

Maybe you’re going through what’s generally considered a positive life transition but feeling an unexpected sense of unease. You might be adjusting to a new job, pregnancy, baby, or relationship. As you try to adapt to these changes, you may notice yourself falling behind at work or other responsibilities. With everything going on, don’t you wish you could focus on the task and find some relief?

Do you struggle to engage with the present moment and enjoy all you have in the here and now? As stress pulls you further and further from your life, you may experience physical distress, such as feeling a weight on your chest, making it hard to take a deep breath, the tension in your neck or shoulders, heart palpitations, stomach issues, poor concentration, sleep problems, dizziness or maybe even full-blown panic attacks. To avoid these uncomfortable sensations, you may withdraw socially, attempt to avoid situations that trigger your anxiety, or you may even turn to unhealthy behaviors as a way to cope or numb out.

Dealing with anxiety can be a confusing, overwhelming, and exhausting experience that can affect everything from your day-to-day happiness to your work performance to your relationships.

You may wake up each morning tired, already overwhelmed by everything you must accomplish. You may feel like, no matter how hard you try, you can’t keep your head above water with the never-ending demands on your to-do list.

In the evening, after you’ve completed a long day and prepared dinner for yourself (and possibly a family), you may try to unwind, but nothing seems to help. When you go to sleep at night, you’re overthinking specific situations that happened during the day and consumed by ruminating thoughts about what might happen tomorrow, and the vicious cycle of anxiety continues…

It doesn’t have to be this way. Regardless of where you fall on the stress, worry, anxiety, and panic continuum, there is hope! You deserve to live a peaceful, healthy, and happy life. Let us help you get there.

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