The fear of words, also known as Logophobia, which is an irrational dislike or fear of words. Symptoms may include feelings of sickness, terror, panic, dread, detachment, and anxiety along with an increase in heart rate or trembling. Other symptoms include the inability to think or speak clearly, heart palpitations. In addition, there may be a fear of talking too.
More good news: Anxiety can be helped tremendously… and even cured in some cases. There are all different types of anxiety therapy : group therapy (gives me anxiety just thinking about that one)… there is online emdr where you would be counseled by a Psychologist (who will probably cost too much to even try) … you could go to a local Psychologist (again, who would charge you a lot and often it is hard to find a good one that can help you)…. And there are also anxiety courses you can take… some which are actually affordable. However, before you commit to a class, make sure they have testimonials about this type of therapy. You want to make sure that before you invest your money in some type of anxiety therapy, you will be pretty sure you will be helped.
When you are suffering from anxiety, you may feel like you are always afraid. Fear will cripple you and cause you to live in constant worry that something bad will happen. You will often feel overwhelmed and like you are helpless. You may be overly self-conscious as well.
Since a spare room wasn’t available, Jennifer decided she could move a comfortable lounge chair into a corner of her bedroom, and stock the corner with a soft blanket, pillows, an inspirational book and a candle. Next to the chair, she’d hang her two favorite nature photos.
Many people with anxiety feel trapped in their own head. They feel like they cannot control their thoughts and that their thoughts are taking them over. Many people feel depressed and feel like there is nothing happy in their life.
It’s an ongoing process of choices, skills-building, and changed behaviors. Like much of life, recovering from anxiety is a “work-in-progress” that never really ends; there’ll always be something more you can learn. Maybe you’ve forgotten that anxiety recovery is a journey, not a destination.
Read, research, and get tons of information about the subject. As there are tons of different things available to you on and offline, you should do some good digging and learn a good number of things to help you decide which treatment to get. This way, you can be sure that you’ll be able to weed out the best products from the not-so-useful ones.
Finding the source of the problem may be the key to better treatment. Things such as: A hectic lifestyle, too many responsibilities, and family problems can trigger Generalized Anxiety Disorder. But whatever the cause, you have to get relief. You owe it to yourself and the people around you who care about you to do something about it and stop suffering.