Most people experience stress and anxiety from time to time in their day to day life. Stress and anxiety will often affect our daily activities. Stress can be defined as the demand placed on your brain or physical body. It is a disorder that affects how you think and how you behave since it causes loss of interest in things and makes you feel persistently sad and low. Many people report to the Healthmint doctor every time they feel stressed.
Anxiety is feeling of fear, worry, nervousness or unease about something. Mostly it occurs in people who are unable to identify significant stressors in their life.
What do stress and anxiety feel like?
Stress and anxiety can produce both physical and psychological symptoms. Most People experience stress and anxiety differently. At HealthMint doctors are trained to identify symptoms of stress and anxiety those that include:
- Stomach ache
- Muscle tension and fatigue
- A headache
- Rapid breathing
- Fast heartbeat and sweating
- Frequent urination
- Change in appetite and diarrhea
- Trouble sleeping
Stress and anxiety can cause mental or emotional symptoms. These can include:
- Feelings of impending doom
- panic or nervousness, especially in social settings
- Difficulty concentrating
- Irrational anger
People who have stress and anxiety over long periods of time may experience negative related health outcomes. They are more likely to develop heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and may even develop depression and panic disorder thus it’s advisable to promptly seek medical advice.
Stress Check Up in Cranbourne North
One in three Australian’s will experience stress or anxiety throughout their lifetime. If you are worried on how to fight off stress and anxiety symptoms and you’re ready to take some steps forward and you are looking for someone to guide you through, your HealthMint doctor is here to lend a helping hand.
How can our Doctors support you if you are experiencing a mental health concern?
At HealthMint,our doctors are trained and skilled this enables them to offer Mental Health Care Plans which involve listening through where you are at and what your personal goals are, assessing your state of mind and providing you with a referral to a psychologist or psychiatrist where you will be eligible for a Medicare rebate for six sessions. Upon further review, your GP may recommend a further four Medicarereputable sessions up to a maximum of ten sessions in a calendar year.
What kind of appointment will you need to assess our services?
If you wish to have a Mental Health Care Plan created for you, please let our receptionists know and book an extended appointment. We have made it easy for you to book an appointment online and we will attend to you as soon as possible.
Don’t wait until stress and anxiety symptoms develop since they can bring about serious disorders, for early detection and medication book an online appointment for your health concerns and our doctors are ready to warmly receive you since our mission aims at caring and improving your health status.