Panic, Phobias and Anxiety

   In today’s society it is difficult to integrate our family and personal life with our work life. If the pace we have in our day to day is excessive, we are likely to develop stress.

  Stress is a response that our body has to a specific situation that requires many resources. If we do not believe that we are capable of dealing with it successfully, we are likely to feel overwhelmed, nervous and eventually exhausted.

  Anxiety arises when we undergo through continuous stress in our day to day. For example, we will feel anxious if we have important projects every week and with a very demanding delivery date.

   It is important to identify stress when it arises to learn how to handle it in a way that prevents it from becoming chronic and interfering with our emotional health. The most serious consequences of continued stress and anxiety are:

  • Anxiety and Agoraphobia
  • Fears and Phobias
  • Social Anxiety
  • Generalized Anxiety

If you feel that you are in a very stressful moment, do not hesitate to contact us