Anxiety affects 18.1% of the population throughout a lifetime which mean that you or someone you know has an almost 1 in 5 chance of developing an anxiety disorder. The good news is that there are effective treatments available to help you feel more in control and confident. Unfortunately for some, attending therapy is a big obstacle to overcome. Whether this be caused by time restriction, financial burden, fear about discussing your concerns or the unknown of therapy, these are real concerns.
This is why BEAT mental illness developed a comprehensive guide that provides you with the knowledge to understand where your anxiety stemmed from and the steps you need to take to overcome this. You will also find anxiety reduction strategies and tools to help improve your sleep.
Please note: This information is not designed to replace psychological intervention. If you or someone you know is at risk call your local authorities immediately. For more advice please visit your general practitioner for a referral to local support services in your area.