Anxiety Treatment London
At EKCL, we provide an innovative alternative to conventional medicine when it comes to anxiety. For such a common disorder, we felt people needed a form of treatment that was simple to understand but just as effective as more traditional forms. It’s a treatment designed for modern day understanding of mental health, and we believe it’s the best treatment for anxiety.
Anxiety Treatment without medicine:
You may be wondering how it all works. Our treatment works in partnership with Reality 2000. It is technology led treatment, through the use of electro micro-stimulation. This is known as Elektromeridian Kobra: a unique type of therapy which targets particular areas of the body that are stressed in various ways.
Before we start any treatment plan, we collect all of the necessary data. Through questionnaires and intimate discussions, we develop a treatment plan that works for you and your unique experience with anxiety. It is our way of acquiring an in-depth understanding, which allows us to create the best treatment option for you. With this information, we then conduct a short test. This helps us identify what exactly it is you may be suffering from; whether it’s stress, anxiety or a combination of both.
Once we have all of the necessary data, we are ready to begin treatment. The micro-stimulation is a painless procedure, where clients are likely to feel only a slight tingling sensation. The recommended number of sessions for stress and anxiety is ten. Of course, this will vary depending on the client’s responsiveness to treatment.
If you’re suffering from anxiety, don’t do it on your own. Give us a call today and we’ll get you back on track.
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Key Information About Anxiety Treatment
An anxiety attack is a climax of worries, apprehension, and fear. It feels like you’re being overwhelmed and losing control. They can often build up over a prolonged period of time; an accumulation of days or weeks of stress. Anxiety attacks can happen out of the blue, so it’s important we know the symptoms you need to look out for. These include:
- Dry mouth
- Shortness of breath
- Feeling faint or dizzy
- Sweating/ hot flashes/ chills
- Numbing or tingling
- Distress and fear
Causes of Anxiety
There’s no definitive answer here. Research shows that anxiety can be triggered by a number of factors, including environmental factors, genetics and brain chemistry. Anxiety is a product of stress, so it’s highly likely that it’s triggered by many of the same causes, such as:
Work: when someone mentions stress, we automatically think about workload. It’s usually the most common cause. Our jobs put a lot of pressure on us, and consequently, we put a lot of pressure ourselves. This also applies to people looking for a job. The job hunt can be demoralising and you may feel like you’re in a race against time – this all leads to increased stress.
- Family: relationships at home can put real pressure on a person’s emotions. Difficulties with either your partner, or another family member, can build up over time. If you’re stressed at home, there’s also no escaping it. For those who have to care for someone else, it’s like carrying the weight and responsibility for two people
- Financial Problems: money issues can be incredibly stressful, especially for those who have to provide for their family. Bills start to pile up, and often people are forced to borrow money. It’s a vicious cycle and a major cause of stress
- Health: an illness to either you or a relative can put immense pressure on all involved. Bereavement is also a major contributing factor to stress-related cases.
While the causes of anxiety are relatively unknown, there are a number of symptoms you should be aware of. If you or anyone you know are experiencing these sorts of symptoms, get in touch today and we’ll arrange an assessment. These symptoms are very similar to those experienced for stress issues. It must be said, however, that not all cases of anxieties are necessarily related to stress; some have no obvious stressors. The symptoms include:
- Fast heartbeat
- Stomach ache
- Sweating dizziness
- Muscle tension
- Rapid breathing
- Difficulty concentrating
- Irrational anger / snappy / irritable
Anxiety Treatment without Medicine
When it comes to treatment anxiety and depression can be approached similarly. More often than not, natural methods are a far more suitable option. Medication is often prescribed as a short term fix for problems much deeper. They can also have some fairly horrendous side effects that sometimes put people off seeking treatment altogether. At EKCL we provide one of the most effective natural treatment methods for anxiety. It is scientifically approved and has been the sole reason behind many life-changing results. We recommend it to anyone struggling with anxiety, but that’s not to say it can’t be enhanced by other natural forms of treatment.
Types of Anxiety
As already mentioned, anxiety is complex. There are many different forms, which differ in severity. It is important to understand the different types of anxiety and how these may affect you. Once we understand the variations, we are far more equipped to deal with the consequences.
This is when people experience recurring panic attacks, often unexpected and difficult to control. The disorder is characterised by a constant fear of another panic attack happening.
When people have a really specific fear of one particular thing. This may be an object, situation or activity.
Social anxiety disorder is an extreme fear of being judged in social situations. Unfortunately, this is becoming more and more prevalent with the rise and influence of social media.
These are recurring irrational thoughts that cause people to repeat specific – often worrying – behaviours.
The distinct fear of being away from either a physical place or a particular person/group of people.
Where people become increasingly anxious about their own health. This was formerly referred to as hypochondria.
Intense feelings of anxiety after a traumatic event or experience. Depending on the event, this can have a prolonged lasting effect.
Anxiety is the body’s natural response to stress. Far more people are now openly talking about their struggles with anxiety, as there’s now a much greater emphasis on mental health. Before, anxiety was seen as a severe disorder. But now, there’s a growing understanding that there are various levels. People experience anxiety in normal day-to-day scenarios. This may include the nerves you feel when it’s your first day at school, or the first time you walk into the office on a new job; the fear you get during a job interview, or the loss of confidence you have before public speaking. These are all totally normal experiences.
The term anxiety is what puts most people off from addressing it. Yes, anxiety is relatively common, but you must keep track of it. If you start to become anxious about more things and experience it daily, you may be suffering from a more severe case. When it gets to this stage, it’s vital you do something about it; talk to someone or look for suitable treatment.