Is Anxiety normal after a separation or Divorce?
The action of going through a divorce or separation is the same as a person going through a bereavement or deep loss. Emotions of stress; anxiety; guilt and sadness are all often displayed. These emotions affect how we feel and behave, and they can manifest real physical symptoms. Mild anxiety is vague and unsettling, while severe anxiety can be extremely debilitating, having a serious impact on daily life. Anxiety can happen to anyone at any given time going through a divorce and its cause ranges from something as simple as the day-to-day handling of a break up to court documents and mediation.
There are so many and varied causes for anxiety attacks that if you are suffering from them, you should make it your business to find a solution to them, one of which is the soothing sounds of hypnosis and relaxation meditation.
The anxiety attack from a divorce leads many professionals to conclude that the trait can be found in the human genome. However, due to different reactions of identical twins, it was concluded that anxiety may include both genetics and nurture from the parental-child relationship. In other words a divorce or break up could be the trigger for feeling anxious and sad.
The following conditions trigger anxiety: Generalized anxiety, obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD), phobias, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), significant personal loss (such as loss of a romantic partner), significant life changes, “what-if” thinking, lack of assertiveness, withheld feelings, mistaken beliefs, and avoidance of association with anxiety-provoking situations or environs.
Self-inflicted persons and those having a disturbed life are also prone towards anxiety. Upsetting events like divorce, financial difficulties or unemployment can be so stressful, and failure to cope can cause anxiety.
People often experience a general state of worry or fear before confronting something challenging such as a court case or meeting the “EX” again or even discussing child arrangements. These feelings are easily justified and considered normal. However, anxiety is considered a problem when symptoms interfere with a person’s ability to sleep or otherwise function.
Treatments for Anxiety
Anxiety can be treated medically with psychological counseling, or independently by listening to the self help audio track supplied and offered by Certified Hypnotist Richard Barker. Ultimately, the treatment path depends on the cause of the anxiety and the patient’s preferences. Often treatments consist of a combination of psychotherapy, behavioral therapy, and medications. Step one is to begin to relax and let go of the past and to control the thought of sadness and loss; our unique audio track gives you the correct information and tools to help you.
Anxiety and the loss leading feeling of sadness may be treated at home by listening to the Richard Barker audio hypnosis track without a doctor’s supervision.
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