Anxiety is a feeling of worry, nervousness, or unease, typically about an imminent event or something with an uncertain outcome. People with anxiety never really can live a life of freeness, until they get it diagnosed. They always fear about their lives, the lives of people they love and are always having vague thoughts of dying, falling off a cliff or being in an accident.
Anxiety for people who suffer from it is real, it’s scary and it controls every single aspect of their lives. Their lives revolve around anxiety for as long as they have known about it. It’s very normal for people with anxiety to have chronic pain and panic attack over something that happened years ago.
Your hands shake, breathing increases, stomach turns, eyes dilate and you start to sweat; your heart fears about your life, all the time. We all suffer from anxiety at some point or the other in our lives; when we don’t get promoted or fail in a test. But we eventually move on with our lives and forget about the anxious situations in our life; that’s the opposite case for people who actually suffer from a disease called anxiety. They don’t forget the situations that make their body sweat and heart pound. They keep it in their hearts until a worse situation comes their way.
It’s difficult to describe how the brain of someone with an anxiety disorder can take one simple comment or situation, and spin it to where it feels like a disaster, is unavoidable, imminent. For instance, relationships (both friendship and romantic) can be incredibly difficult to navigate. And the more you like the person, the worse it gets. You start finding solace in different things, harmful things. Alcohol and drugs become your best friends and you start discovering things and life better when you’re high.
Anxiety does something to you which makes your heart live in fear for your whole life; it makes you want to jump off the cliff just to end the fear of jumping off the cliff. Coping with anxiety can sometimes take days, months or even years; it depends on how serious and determined you are to make it go away. Your willingness and desire will play a key role in helping to cope with anxiety. Controlling your mind in the coping up process would be a difficult task because that’s the whole case with anxiety; your mind wanders in thousand different places at one time.
At Yathis Heal, we would help you heal your anxiety, not just cope with it. Healing the whole of you so that you never get the anxiety you suffered from, again. We would identify the situations that caused you the feeling of anxiety for the first time, take it out of your head and throw it in an ocean. We believing in releasing and healing the world of its miseries.