So What Can I Help You With?
We all experience anxiety from time to time, and feeling anxious is a natural reaction to some situations. Unfortunately, sometimes those feelings of anxiety can become constant, overwhelming or out of proportion to the situation, and this can then affect your daily life.
Treatment only takes a few sessions, and you will start feeling better from your first appointment.
Grief is the natural reaction to loss. Grief is both a universal and a personal experience. Individual experiences of grief vary and are influenced by the nature of the loss. Some examples of loss include the death of a loved one, the ending of an important relationship, job loss, loss through theft or the loss of independence through disability.
If you have been living with flashbacks, nightmares, lack of concentration, fatigue, poor sleep, anxiety, following a frightening or traumatic event, you are probably suffering from PTSD, The good news is that I can help you get rid of these debilitating symptoms and help you get back to the real you.
Pain has a purpose when it relates to a new injury or problem. It gives us the urgency to deal with an issue, relevant to how much of a problem it is. However, once we have had a proper medical diagnosis and the tissues are healed, or will never heal, and no more can be done except pain relief, that’s when OldPain2Go® can help – even when nothing else can!
Fears & Phobias
Fear is an emotional response. A person can react fearfully to either a real threat or a perceived threat. Fear can be a good thing as it helps you avoid a potentially dangerous situation.
You can develop fears of many things, including dogs or flying in an airplane. Some people develop a fear response (such as shaking or sweating) when they confront their fear.
Phobia is a response to something that is not a threat. This is why phobias are sometimes called irrational fears. The response is so intense it may interfere with your ability to function or perform daily tasks. Simply thinking about the feared item can trigger symptoms of anxiety.
Everyone has ups and downs. Sometimes you might feel a bit low, for lots of different reasons. People may say that they are feeling depressed when they are feeling down, but this does not always mean that they have depression.
Depression is a long lasting low mood disorder. It affects your ability to do everyday things, feel pleasure or take interest in activities.