Anxiety: How Kinesiology Can Help Fight Against It

Anxiety affects the way you think and speak and it’s normal. But when anxiety becomes so frequent that it begins to dominate your lives, you should take steps to fight against it with the help of Kinesiology.

What is anxiety?

Anxiety is a condition that affects our daily life. When a person is anxious, he or she will generally feel that they can’t control over their anxious feelings.

Anxiety comes in many different forms which include panic attacks, phobia, and social anxiety. These exist when anxious feelings are being experienced without specific cause.

What causes anxiety?

Anxiety can be caused by a number of factors such as the following:

  • Stressful events happened in the past which may include relationship problems, traumatic events, loss or death of a loved one, or abuse.
  • Mental problems in the family history
  • Physical health problems
  • Use of medications
  • Attitude/Personality

Signs and Symptoms of Anxiety

Anxiety symptoms do vary from person to person although our body reacts in a particular way to it. Some common symptoms of anxiety include the following:

  • Nervousness
  • feelings of danger, panic, or dread
  • faster heart rate
  • Hyperventilation
  • heavy sweating
  • Trembling
  • weakness and lethargy
  • Lost of focus
  • Insomnia
  • gas, constipation, or diarrhea

How Kinesiology Can Help Relieve Anxiety?

Kinesiology has the capability to determine and minimize stress and anxiety. It helps in identifying and accessing the connections that bring us to the state of being anxious. It works with the subconscious mind to unlock and connect past happenings in your life, so the body is able to let go of stress and forget about being anxious. 

Are you anxious? Yes, it is fine to experience anxiety in life from time to time. But when it becomes so severe that it takes over your daily life, you may want to get the help of a  Kinesiologist for a Kinesiology therapy to help you manage and lessen the symptoms of anxiety.

Check out our website Sydney Kinesiology for more details.