Stress & Anxiety

One of the most impactful aspects of anxiety is its ability to believe that you are alone in your suffering—that the fearful, shaky feeling is unique to you. But the truth is that each one of you is affected by anxiety at some point, whether in response to a real threat or a perceived one. In fact, we’re integral to want to flee when things get scary; it’s what keeps us alive and safe.

But when anxiety begins to occur regularly in the absence of an actual threat, it can have a dreadful effect on your physical health, your mood, emotional wellbeing, and even your relationships with supplementary. The Anxiety and Depression Association of America approximate that 40 million people suffer from an anxiety disorder.