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Written by our CEO Nicky, the guide is the first of its kind in the UK, and offers information and advice to individuals supporting those with an anxiety disorder. It contains practical tips and methods to enable caregivers to provide support in a way that is beneficial to both the person with anxiety, as well as the caregiver.

Signs your friend/loved one is experiencing anxiety

They dont' feel well

Anxiety causes various unpleasant physical symptoms. Your friend might frequently complain of having chest pains or a racing heart. They might often feel sick and have no appetite, or always seem tired.

Something seems wrong.

Anxiety causes various unpleasant physical symptoms. Your friend might frequently complain of having chest pains or a racing heart. They might often feel sick and have no appetite, or always seem tired.

They dont' feel well

Anxiety causes various unpleasant physical symptoms. Your friend might frequently complain of having chest pains or a racing heart. They might often feel sick and have no appetite, or always seem tired.

They become more negative.

This might involve focusing on the worst-case scenarios and obsessing over potential problems or situations that haven’t happened yet. As anxious-based thoughts are irrational, simply explaining that their thoughts are unfounded won’t always reassure them.

So, what can you do? Here are a few simple things that could help someone living with anxiety, stress or anxiety-based depression:

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