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Anxiety UK is delighted to announce a new partnership with Centre for Dentistry, to raise awareness of dental phobia and to improve the support available to those experiencing dental anxiety. According to statistics from the Oral Health Foundation, almost half of UK adults have a fear of the dentist, with 12% of these suffering from an…

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Are you interested in becoming a representative of a new 'Service user and Carer Reference Group for the National Clinical Audit of Anxiety and Depression'? Representatives should have recent experience of receiving adult inpatient and/or community care for a primary diagnosis of an anxiety or depressive disorder, or have experience caring for someone who has....Continue Reading →

Becoming a lifetime member of Anxiety UK is something very special, for a number of different reasons. Here we’ve put together a list of our top 5 reasons why we think becoming a lifetime member is something worth thinking about.   A lifetime of support By becoming a lifetime member you gain on-going access to…

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Fundraisers play a hugely important part in supporting the work we do! Here we have put together a few simply tips to help you with any of your fundraising efforts! If you have any tips of your own, we’d love to hear them in the comments section below. If you are interested in fundraising for…

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  We are delighted to announce that we are going to be partnering with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Benevolent Fund. This exciting new partnership will officially launch on the 1st July! As part of this, we have put together a specialised programme of support for ICE members and their families who are living…

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When people think of anxiety it is often the psychological symptoms that tend to first come to mind, but there are also some very real physical symptoms linked to anxiety that are worth being aware of. When we experience anxiety our body experiences a chain of events that is designed to help us when we…

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Today, many of us use social media in a range of different ways, whether it’s keeping in touch with friends and family around the world, staying up to date with the latest news, or even using it to help us find our next dream job. There is no denying that social media is a powerful…

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We’re very proud to have been awarded Charity of the Year by Asian Voice Charity Awards! The award ceremony was a held down in London, and what an incredible night it was. Here we are collecting our award and we must admit we are absolutely delighted! We have a dedicated team here at Anxiety UK,…

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Due to the upcoming Bank Holiday, our office and infoline will be closed on Monday 29th of May. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause. We will be open again on Tuesday 30th May and our infoline will be open from the 9.30am-5.30pm, so please do get in touch if you would like to find…

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This Mental Health Awareness Week marks the one year anniversary of the 2016 Mental Health and Transport summit report being published. The report summarises the key outcomes of the national Mental Health and Transport Summit, organised by Anxiety UK and the Mental Health Action Group. The summit was designed to highlight and improve transport and…

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