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#FridayFacts: Anxiety and Panic

#FridayFacts: Anxiety and Panic

This week's 'facts' this week focus on some of the differences and similarities between anxiety and panic. Hope you find the poster below interesting!

Feel free to get in touch for support, therapy, CBT, counselling, support, consultations, more information or to access some talking support if you are experiencing anxiety or panic (or want support with something else).

We have male and female therapists and counsellors. Day-time, evening and weekend appointment are also available at our offices in Glasgow city centre. If you want to start doing something about how you are feeling, or about unwanted thoughts you might have or maybe even some unhelpful or harmful habits or behaviours that are affecting how you feel, your life, your work or perhaps your relationships, then get in touch and start taking action now. The sooner you get support, the sooner you will begin to feel better and more able to cope.

Most of us will take medication or have rest or engage in some form of self-care when we physically feel unwell, or are worn down or have some form of injury. Our mental health is no different - it needs taking care of too.

So, take care of how you are feeling and what you are thinking, and find out how we can support you with this. And we're talking to those men out there too - you need and deserve support too and we can offer that with warmth, encouragement and patience - there's no judgement or pressure here.

Contact: www.glasgowanxietydepression.co.uk
support@glasgowanxietydepression.co.uk


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