Feeling agitated- symptoms and treatment
Do you constantly feel agitated and restless? If agitation is something you have been experiencing for more than a few weeks, you may be feeling that it is time to do something about it. It is perfectly normal to feel this way at certain points in your life, but if it is a cause for concern then there are tools and techniques that you can learn to reduce feelings of agitation.
Agitation can be caused by a number of factors, including work stress, bereavement, feeling unwell or trying to do too many things at once. It can also be a symptom of anxiety disorder or hormone imbalances, but generally it is treatable and using the correct techniques can have an extremely beneficial effect on the feelings you are experiencing.
Severe agitation can lead to excess alcohol consumption, smoking, anger and high stress levels, and physical repercussions can cause sufferers to scratch at the skin, bite their nails or pull at their hair such as eye lashes or eyebrows. All of these things can be extremely distressing and can end up becoming a vicious circle, but they are also things that can be helped and treated.
Exercise can be hugely beneficial and can help to expend excess adrenalin which can be a big cause of agitation and restlessness. Breathing techniques and exercises can also play a large part in helping to calm nerves and direct energy along the correct channels rather than it resulting in feelings of anxiety and stress.
Hypnotherapy and hypnosis can be extremely helpful in providing relaxation techniques which you can use in many different situations, and will give you the tools you need to assist you in calming your nerves and freeing you from feelings of agitation and restlessness. It can also help to teach you how to control those unwanted thoughts that lead to feeling agitated in the first instance, thus liberating you from unhelpful and unproductive thoughts and feelings.
For any more information about feeling agitated or to book a free initial consultation please call Rob on 01202 245020 or 07920 885015.
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