Anxiety (worry)

If you find yourself worrying about a lot of different things, and feel you can’t control your worrying, you might have what is known as generalised anxiety disorder, or GAD for short. People with GAD tend to feel very nervous, anxious or on edge on most days and can find it hard to remember the last time they felt relaxed. As soon as one worry goes away, another may appear about something else.

Being anxious and worried all the time can make you feel restless, easily tired and irritable. You may also have difficulties concentrating, have tension in your muscles, and be sleeping badly.

Fortunately, there are useful techniques that can help you tackle GAD. To refer yourself to Talk Liverpool, click HERE.