Feelings of anxiety within everyday situations can be hard to manage. This can lead to complications in day to day life that significantly impact your overall quality of life. The purpose of this blog article is to explain what anxiety is, the triggers of anxiety, how to manage anxiety, and the new forms of anxiety therapy that can help you once again live life without unwanted feelings of nervousness and discomfort.
What is anxiety?
Anxiety is a feeling of nervousness or worry that is often caused by certain events, situations or activities. It causes a feeling of unease and discomfort and can make living day to day life a lot more challenging for some people – but the condition does range from mild to severe. Anxiety can be a reaction to stress, but it can also have no obvious trigger that makes it harder to identify the source. Both anxiety and stress can cause physical and mental symptoms.
What triggers anxiety?
Anxiety can be triggered by a number of situations that place individuals under stress and discomfort – this could be when socialising, at work, and many other scenarios. This can be caused by life’s experiences, physical and mental health problems, drugs, medication and more. However, sometimes, the cause of anxiety within certain individuals can be unknown which makes it harder to act upon and treat successfully.
How long can anxiety last?
If not treated effectively, anxiety can last for long periods of time. Particularly through regular exposure to the event or object that is causing the feelings of anxiety to exist. For severe cases, anxiety lasts years, leading to anxiety attacks (or panic attacks) that can occur suddenly and without warning. To manage current and future feelings of anxiousness, anxiety therapy and treatments are required to beat the mental health condition for a happy and healthy life.
How do you self treat anxiety?
So, what do you do if you have anxiety? Self-treatments for anxiety often surround identifying and managing triggers, questioning current thought patterns that can increase levels of anxiety, practising focused breathing, using aromatherapy and activities such as regular exercise. However, in many cases, more intensive anxiety treatment is required to help you on the road to full health and happiness.
How to manage anxiety with Sonic reset therapy
A way in which you can become your own therapist for anxiety treatment is through Sonic Reset Therapy (SRT). SRT uses the latest research in sound; carefully producing calibrated tones that activate negative neural networks within your brain. Once your mind is ready, a ‘reset tone’ overlays the sound, helping reset the brain to a pre-existential state in which the feeling of anxiety is less strong. The reset tone gently reduces the memories and feelings that surround the problem to help reduce negative feelings.
How long does Sonic Reset Therapy take to see results?
With SRT, many users will feel a feeling of relief following just one session (that consists of two 20 minute sound therapy sessions). Depending on the level of anxiety treatment you require, it is recommended that you partake in 1-2 SRT sessions per day. On average, the sound therapy treatment programme should take place over a six month period. SRT also gives you a better understanding of how to manage stress.
Sign up to SRT and find the new you
We understand just how big of an impact anxiety can have on your day to day life. That’s why it’s important you find the perfect form of anxiety therapy that can help you get back to your usual self. Sonic Reset Therapy offers a unique solution to help reset your brain to a state in which anxiety, or any other form of mental condition for that matter, is no longer present.