Anxiety is an emotion characterized by a state of inner turmoil. It is a feeling of uneasiness and worries, often accompanied by fatigue, muscular tension, shortness of breath and so on. Though anxiety may be considered a normal human response, when it is excessive or persists for long, it may be an anxiety disorder.


Anxiety signs and symptoms may vary from person to person depending on the feelings attached to it.


Feeling restless

Difficult to concentrate

Increased sweating

Loss of focus


Higher heart rate or palpitations

Since the symptoms are different for everyone, it's important to know the state of your anxiety and seek assistance for the same.

Some questions you can ask yourself

If your answer to most of these questions is a YES, you might need to seek assistance from an expert. Don't forget, anxiety can be treated and you can recover from it.


Does most of my time go in worrying about everything?


Are my thoughts mostly cynical and unpleasant?


Do I have a troubled sleep cycle?


Am I not able to concentrate on my tasks?


Am I unable to participate in the regular activities?

Therapy and Benefits

Insight-oriented psychotherapy

This form of therapy is based on the conversation between the therapist and the client. Just as its
name, the therapist takes an insight into the client's issues. The therapist unfolds a plethora of problems like identifying the cause, soft triggers, conflicts, strengths and so on of the client. It is for an individual who is in a prudent state of mind and can identify their problem but needs support. With a two-way conversation, a sense of solace reaches the client over some time.

 Art Based Therapy

Art therapy is a non-verbal and experience-oriented form of therapy. It is a creative and expressive way to improve ones physical and mental health. As the name suggests, a multitude of forms of art like visual art is used for this. People indulge in activities like painting or sculpting or any other art form to practice mindfulness and relaxation. Art therapy is commonly combined with other treatment methods like CBT but can also be used individually.

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Hypnosis is a form of therapy where the hypnotherapist uses therapeutic techniques to help an individual face their fear. A new perspective is added while one visualizes their fear. Before this, the client is asked to relax their body and mind. Most people who are going through anxiety are oblivious of their response to it. The hypnotherapist helps them to calm themselves and stay serene. Techniques such as deep breathing and guided imagery are used. This therapy is often combined with CBT for the treatment of anxiety.


Yoga is an ancient technique used not only to ease the physical body but also to relax an anxious mind. Techniques like meditation, breathing exercises, pranayama and visualization are used to treat anxiety and depression. It helps in disrupting the negative thought patterns and habits of excessive worry.

Mindfulness based therapy

This kind of therapy helps one to discard their emotional baggage by living in the present. This helps to reduce stress and worry. A person gets hostile to self-criticism, overthinking, mood swings, negative thinking patterns and depression. It is a very pragmatic way to deal with the situations at hand and reduce anxiety.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

CBT is a treatment where people learn to identify and mould the destructive thoughts that flood their minds. It emphasizes changing these thoughts as they have a cynical effect on the demeanours and emotions of an individual. The main focus is to disrupt the birth of any negative thought so that it does not control an individual in any way. CBT helps in identifying, challenging and replacing these thoughts with healthier ones. It helps a person to feel serene and composed.