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Anxiety Therapy

What Makes Anxiety Worse at Night?

You want nothing more than to come home from work and crawl into bed. You’ve practically been dreaming about it since you woke up this morning. This week has felt long. You’re exhausted. And to be honest, you haven’t been sleeping that well. When you finally get home from work, you cook yourself dinner, shower, and start to get ready for bed. You run through your list of to-dos before bed. Teeth brushed. Check. Face washed. Check. Pajamas on. Check. Alarm set. Check. Lights off. Check. You crawl into bed, pull the covers up to your chin, and plug in your phone. You close your eyes and you wait until sleep takes over your body. But it doesn’t happen. Instead, your mind starts racing. You can’t stop thinking about events that took place during your day, from years ago, and even events that haven’t even occurred yet. Your heartbeat quickens. You’re antsy and restless. Instead of your eyes greeting your eyelids and wandering off to a peaceful sleep, you’re met with anxiety instead. What makes anxiety worse at night?

2022-11-03T20:56:35+00:00Anxiety Therapy|

How Does Hypnosis Work to Treat Anxiety?

A pocket watch swaying back and forth. A spiral of white and black swirling and spinning. Closing your eyes. Clearing your mind. Entering a state of hypnosis. I know what you’re thinking, ‘hypnosis?!’ It’s something we see in cartoons or is sometimes even used as a premise in thriller movies. However, there’s a lot that TV and movies get wrong about hypnosis.

2022-10-10T16:16:53+00:00Anxiety Therapy|

Can Hormones Affect Your Anxiety? What Women Should Know

Anxiety can happen at any moment, and for many different reasons. Life events like work stress, global events, past relationships, social obligations, and family conflict are some of the main culprits when it comes to triggering anxiety. But anxiety can also be fueled by physical things like caffeine intake, lack of sleep, and diet. That being said, it shouldn’t be that hard to believe that hormones could play a part in your anxiety as well.

2022-10-13T14:51:04+00:00Anxiety Therapy|

Why Depression and Anxiety Often Come Hand-In-Hand

Depression and anxiety are the two most common mental health conditions across the globe. While you can certainly have one without the other, they often go hand-in-hand. People tend to separate the two because, on paper, they seem to have completely different symptoms. Unfortunately, that’s often the result of stereotyping both conditions. 

2022-10-13T15:08:57+00:00Anxiety Therapy|

Lack of Sleep Can Make Your Anxiety Worse—Here’s How To Get Restful Sleep

People with anxiety tend to have a basic understanding of what triggers them. Sometimes, it’s easy to avoid those triggers. Other times, it feels next to impossible to stop experiencing the things that make their anxiety worse.

2022-10-13T14:49:58+00:00Anxiety Therapy|

What Are the Most Common Types of Anxiety and How Does Therapy Help?

Anxiety is the most common mental health condition in the world. One of the biggest reasons it’s so common is that there are several different types of anxiety. What worries and plagues you might not be the same experience for someone else, but the feelings all fall beneath the umbrella of anxiety. With that in mind, it’s important to understand some of the most common types of anxiety. When you’re able to break things down into categories, it’s easier to pinpoint exactly what you’re dealing with.

2022-04-11T19:04:14+00:00Anxiety Therapy|

Have Anxiety About Returning to the Office After COVID? You’re Not Alone

Millions of Americans had to change the way they worked throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Some had to deal with job loss. Others started working from home or adopting some kind of hybrid schedule. Now that things are opening back up, more people are returning to work. Whether you’re starting a new job or getting back to your old place of business, it can feel good to have a sense of normalcy again. But, because of how much things have changed, you also might feel anxious, or even fearful about returning to the office.

2022-04-11T18:58:31+00:00Anxiety Therapy|